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How to make the most of Coople for Business
How to make the most of Coople for Business

A guide to using Coople for Business. Choose, hire and manage flexible workers from a single platform.

Jessica Lee avatar
Written by Jessica Lee
Updated over a week ago

Coople has over 250,000 workers across Hospitality, Retail, Warehouse, Logistics, Office and more. Attracting the right people for your job is key. Follow our tips to find the top talent for your business:

Attract great performers

  • Include the main tasks and responsibilities your Cooplers will have at work. Manage expectations by adding information like ‘heavy lifting’ or ‘work will take place outdoors.’ Be straightforward and clear.

  • Use our dress code section to be clear about your uniform requirements.

2. Target your job to the right Cooplers

3. Offer the right salary

  • Follow our wage suggestions when you add the job profile and experience level.

  • The higher the level of expertise you require, the higher the wage per hour should be.

  • It's a good idea to pay your Cooplers in line with what you pay your internal workers.

  • You always choose the rate of pay per hour.

Hire the top talent

1. Review your applicants

  • Take a look at your applicants’ profile to best match a worker to your job.

  • View their star rating which has been given to them from other businesses using Coople.

  • See what businesses they have worked with at Coople.

  • Look at their travel time to the job.

  • View their CV and their skills.

2. Build your pool of favourites and create groups of workers

How to reward Cooplers

At Coople we want to make flexible work a rewarding experience for everyone involved.

How our pricing works

With Coople, you reduce costs by outsourcing recruitment, administration and payroll for your temporary staff. As the legal employer, we handle all of this for you. You just pay us directly, like any other vendor. We charge you a small fee for every hired hour and calculate this via a fee factor.

  • Your total cost gets calculated by the hour.

  • You can calculate costs before you commit.

Step by step:

  • You set the hourly wage (which has to meet the minimum wage or above).

  • You see an estimate for the final cost per hour.

  • This figure includes wage, national insurance and pension contributions, holiday pay, the apprenticeship levy and our fee. You only post the job if you agree with the cost estimate.

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