Supp is an app for Businesses and Individuals in the hospitality industry. It’s used by Individuals to pick up shifts or permanent work, and on-job skills development. Businesses use Supp to ensure their roster is reliably staffed, and to expand their staffing network.
Where is Supp available?
Australia (VIC, NSW, QLD) and the United States (NY, CA). And coming to your region soon…
What does it cost?
A service fee of 12% is paid on the shift funds sent by the Business. The fee covers insurance, transaction fees and sales tax.
This fee structure means that you never pay upfront for the service - only after the successful completion of a shift.
When it comes to pay rates, that’s up to the Business, but Supp has coded-in the minimums based on the local legislation to give managers more confidence when picking rates, and to help protect workers from underpayment.
If a business wishes to post an ad to hire permanent staff, a fee is paid up front for a 7, 14 or 28 day listing.
How do I use Supp?
The Supp mobile application is available on Android and Apple iOS devices. Being mobile-only ensures convenience and speed for everyone on Supp.
Refer to our Community Guidelines for a deeper understanding of how to be successful when using Supp.
What is Supp Payments and how does it work?
Supp Payments ensures secure payment for services on the platform. After completion of a shift, the Individual agrees on the duration worked with the Business, who then records the shift duration into an in-app timesheet within 48 hours from the shift ending.
The funds are automatically paid out to the Individual's verified bank account within 2 week-days.
What if the hours worked are different to hours posted in the shift?
At the end of a shift the Business enters the shift duration into a timesheet. If the duration differs to what was posted, the new duration will be used for payment. The Individual must confirm their total time with the Business before leaving the venue, factoring in any breaks.
What if I receive a bad review?
Supp's reputation system is designed to develop trust in the community. If you feel like you've been unfairly reviewed, you have the option to dispute the review by contacting us.
How do I know the pay rate is fair?
Supp has set minimum rates based on the local legislation of your city. Businesses may post jobs with a minimum 2 hour duration and at a rate at or above the legislated minimum for the position they are hiring for. It is ultimately the Business's responsibility to ensure wages are paid in accordance with the legislation but we try to provide guidance for managers and protection for workers. Individuals can set a minimum hourly wage to filter out shifts below their pay grade, but Supp strongly encourages both Businesses and Individuals to ensure any payment for services is being made in accordance with the legislation, before posting or accepting a shift. Please report any incidences where this is not the case to email@example.com.
Supp promotes fair wages and working conditions.
How is the Individual - Business relationship classified?
Supp is a jobs marketplace where hospitality Businesses can hire permanent staff and meet Independent Contractors (‘Individuals’) who are seeking to perform shifts to earn extra money. There is no employee relationship between the Independent Contractor and Supp, or the Independent Contractor and the hospitality Business.
If a Business arranges to engage the same Worker for regular shifts in a consistent pattern, Supp strongly encourages the Business and Worker to cease using the platform and engage each other directly as employer-employee. Supp strongly encourages Workers to secure permanent employment whenever the feelings of the Business and Worker is mutual, and importantly, whenever it is required by law.
After a shift can a Business offer an Individual a job outside of the platform?
Yes! We encourage workers to use Supp as a pathway into permanent work.