As someone who works part-time jobs to supplement my freelance writing career, you can always tell which teams/organizations care about making it easier for everyone. Usually the first red flag is how you get your schedule.
I work Sunday's as an event planning associate for Smorgasburg in Downtown Los Angeles, and the Market Manager's use of Deputy has set a quite bittersweet bar. I no longer have to constantly be calling and or emailing some supervisor, some rep, some anyone to know where or whom my clock-in location will be at. I clock in through my inbox.Anyone who has worked with a temp agency, or just freelance gigs in general, the location of a clock-in area can often times feel like part of the job itself, without the benefit of getting paid for it.
With Deputy that is a nightmare that never has to happen, at least on Sundays. I know my schedule way in advance, and the day I actually need to work, the only thing I'm concerned about is getting things done. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.