Frequently Asked Questions

Upshift is 100% free for workers to use. We never take any fees out of your pay for connecting you with shifts, we only make money when Upshifters make money and all fees are charged to the businesses.

Upshift charges businesses a fee after the successful completion of a shift. This success fee covers worker’s compensation insurance, unemployment insurance and employer taxes for every Upshifter.

Upshift allows workers to choose where and when they want to work. Whether you want to pick up an extra shift just for this Friday or for every Monday Upshift makes picking up shifts as easy as pressing a button. Upshift offers you the flexibilty to pick up an extra shift or find your next job.

Sign up here to start working today!

Upshifters get paid weekly. Our pay period runs from Monday through Sunday with pay going out the following Friday!

Never! You pick the shifts that work with your schedule.

If a client has offered you full/part time work outside of the platform then you’ve done a great job! Just let us know if you are hired and Upshift will give you a $100 bonus.

Upshift transitioned payroll systems in January of 2018. For any shifts worked before 1/1/18 you will need to contact your Community Manager for paystubs or a W-2.

For any shifts worked after 1/1/8 you will need to register with our payroll provider-Paylocity. PLEASE NOTE: You will not be able to register until the Friday of your first payday.  Please follow the instructions below to do so.

1. Access Web Pay at https://login.paylocity.com.

2. Hit the register button

3. Enter your Paylocity-assigned Company ID. (42090)

4. Enter the required information and create a username and password (case-sensitive and 7-20 characters).

5. Click Login to enter Web Pay.

Upshift is available in the following cities though we plan to add more in 2020!

  • Indiana
    • Indianapolis
    • Southeast Indiana
  • Kentucky
    • Louisville
    • NKY
  • North Carolina
    • Charlotte
  • Ohio
    • Akron
    • Cincinnati
    • Cleveland
    • Columbus
    • Dayton
  • Pennyslvania
    • Pittsburgh
  • Tennessee
    • Nashville
  • Texas
    • Dallas/Fort Worth
    • Houston