If your client has chosen to use Worksome to run worker classification for your bookings, then you will be able to view worker classification statuses on your bookings with that client.
Make sure that you have prepared the correct information for your client by following our guide on how to set up your worker classification settings inside your Worksome account.
Viewing the worker classification status of your contract
1. Worker classification status on your contracts
When you are offered a contract in Worksome and your client has chosen to use Worksome to run worker classification for your booking, your client will have a set of questions to answer about the work. This, combined with the default answers you have provided, will create a Worker Classification Recommendation (WCR), which your client will use to decide your worker status.
You will be able to view the status of the worker classification process in your conversation for your job in Worksome:
Important Note: Once your client has fully completed the worker classification for your contract, this section will update to show you the classification result.
Hit Review and Accept Contract to review the contract terms. You can do so even before the worker classification result is final on the contract:
2. Worker Classification Recommendation (WCR)
Once your client has answered the worker classification questionnaire, they will be able to create a Worker Classification Recommendation (WCR) document that you are able to review and download.
If the WCR result shows as 'Pending', your client hasn't completed the determination yet:
If the WCR result shows as 'Classification done', you will be able to accept the contract:
3. Accepting the Contract
Once the worker classification result is final on your contract, you can accept the contract and start creating bills on the job in Worksome whenever you're ready.