Pluggd functions a bit like Uber or Tinder apps — it matches a restaurant with bar staff, cooks, and servers. Also, the app allows them to rate each other anonymously.
The user indicates whether they’re posting a job or looking for one. Restaurants post the date and duration of a shift, type of work, and salary. When both find a suitable match, they swipe yes and wait for responses. Once there’s a match, both parties must agree to the job terms created by the employer. Once the shift has been completed, they can rate each other anonymously through a star-system. Other users can look through the overall rating.
Pluggd also addresses the problem of unpaid shifts. Payment of the agreed-upon hours and rate is automatic after work performed.
Our challenge was to develop a full time and on-demand staffing platform for service and event industries.
Our team has implemented the following features for:
Users: create, edit, view; view posted jobs; view linked devices; send personal notifications and view its history; search users with filters;
Job Opening: view, edit opening; send notifications of matches; search vacancies with filters;
Dashboard: view users, tickets, job openings and matches statistics (total count and split by periods);
Application Settings: create new industries and roles, enable/disable them; create new dress codes, enable/disable them; edit Pluggd points rate; change mobile application the latest version.
Also, we utilized uses Blockchain technology to address the demand for reputation management and reward systems that effectively weight the contribution a member of the program is making when taking into account the level of reward.
The project was released on time. 240 new domains were registered during the first weeks.