Backup gigs are sent to ensure a gig is fully covered. When you accept a backup gig, you're expected you to arrive on-time, dressed in uniform, and ready to work.

Once you are on-site, your shift manager will let you know if your services will be needed.

  • If you work - you'll be paid by the hours you actually work. 
  • If you're services are not needed - you'll be paid a 4 hour minimum as long as you arrived on time and in uniform.

Backup gigs are subject to the same disciplinary actions as a regular gig, including cancellations, no shows, and tardiness.

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