Your Operator Profile

+ How do I sign up?

In order to become a Veryable Operator, you must have a mobile device and download our app from Google Play or the App Store. You won't be able to access the app from a web browser.

+ What details should I include in my profile?

When you submit a bid on an Op, your Operator profile is displayed to the business. Your profile is the primary way businesses decide which bids to select to fill their Ops. Please make sure all your relevant skills and certifications are accurate to maximize your marketability when bidding on Ops.

+ Will this be all the information I need to provide?

If any required information in your account is missing, you will be prompted for that information before you can bid on an Op. All bank information provided will be secured and held strictly private. The only information visible to companies will be the information contained in your Veryable profile, such as name, skills, performance ratings, etc.

Generating Income

+ How will I be able to make money using Veryable?

Veryable gives Operators the ability to determine when, where, and how they work. You will define how much money you want to make by choosing the work opportunities that best fit your needs.

Searching for Ops and Bidding

+ How do I view available Ops?

Businesses post work opportunities to the Veryable marketplace. You will be notified of new Op posts via our mobile app in real-time. Operators are able to submit bids on any work opportunities that fit their schedule.

+ Why am I not being chosen for any Ops?

Veryable is a marketplace and does not choose, assign, or place Operators for work. The bidding process is exactly that--a process. It may take a couple of days before you are chosen by a business to work your first Op. If you are having trouble getting chosen by a business, it may be because you do not yet have a rating or do not have the skills required to complete that Op. Bidding on Ops with lower pay, in the beginning, can help build your profile and credentials.

Performing an Op

+ What do I need to bring when I arrive?

You are responsible for bringing all tools and PPE needed for the work. While most of the work opportunities do not require specialized tools, you will be required to bring any PPE or tools required to perform the work. You should prepare to wear appropriate work attire for any manufacturing or warehousing environment. This means no loose clothing/jewelry and no open toe shoes or sandals.

+ Will the quality of my work be recognized and promoted in my profile?

Yes, and this is a very important aspect of the Veryable marketplace. After the completion of every Op, you will be rated based on a number of things including quality, safety, attitude, and timeliness, which will become part of your profile. These ratings will be displayed to businesses on your Veryable profile. As you get more positive ratings, your likelihood of being chosen by businesses for future Ops will increase.

Best Practices

+ How can I best position myself for success?

The best strategies are to ensure that your profile is as complete and informative as possible, and perform high-quality work when completing an Op. These two things will work together to promote your capabilities and performance history to potential companies.

+ How can I earn more income using Veryable?

The more Ops you perform, the more efficient you will get. The more efficient you get, the faster you will be able to complete Ops and make money. This will improve your ability to be selected by a business for the most attractive Ops.

+ Can I bid on any Op on the Veryable platform?

Yes, but you should only bid on Ops for which you have the necessary skills and physical capability of completing. If you bid on an Op that you aren't qualified for, you may be sent home by that business with a poor rating and no pay. Also, you should only bid on Ops that fit your schedule.

+ What are some other methods to increase my personal productivity?

Repeatable Ops across a set of familiar businesses near you will allow you to be more comfortable with the work content and, therefore, increase your productivity. Focusing on a particular type of work and/or industry sector often helps Operators build a healthy network of work opportunities across a number of businesses. In addition, we encourage you to identify best practices within every Op and apply those across the board as relevant. We call this cross-pollination and it can be a powerful tool for personal productivity.

Veryable Glossary of Terms

Here is a helpful guide to Veryable terminology:

Operators
Independent contractors on the Veryable platform are called Operators. You become a Veryable Operator when you download the mobile app and complete your Operator Profile.
Op
Businesses post work opportunities on the Veryable platform. You will see these posted on your Veryable dashboard. Each Op will include a brief description of work, including business name, distance from you, contract pay, expected Op duration, and Op date.
Bid
Operators submit a bid to indicate interest in performing an Op. Businesses receive bids and businesses select the most qualified Operators to complete the posted Op. There are 3 steps to the bidding process – bid submitted, bid pending, and bid acceptance.