For those you have hired, you can quickly view the worker name, worker type, and union affiliation. You’ll also find the status of the worker’s I9 and Startwork as well as a quick glance of financials for that worker: what is pending, approved, or paid.
If you click View, you’ll be brought to the individual worker’s profile for the particular project.
You’ll be prompted to tell us a little about the employee you’ll be hiring. Let us know the role this person will be playing on your shoot, their email, name, and worker type. Classification is incredibly important when hiring workers for your project.
For a full breakdown on the distinctions between worker types and how to distinguish between them, check out our blog on worker classification tests: Employee or Contractor? The Complete List of Worker Classification Tests By State
Once you’ve added someone to your production, they’ll receive an email with your invite message, along with instructions on how to set up their account. They can create their Wrapbook account using either their mobile phone or desktop computer. Onboarding should be done well before they arrive on set.
If you’re onboarding someone on your production who can’t access Wrapbook, you can manually enter their information by placing their standard start up paperwork into the Documents section on your dashboard.