Almost everywhere. We have been in the promotional model industry for many years and have developed an excellent reputation in various industries. Most of our Talent signs up through word of mouth referrals, though we do have the ability to actively recruit Talent if necessary.
We can usually staff a job in a matter of hours; depending on the location we may even be able to do so in minutes, so last-minute requests are never out of the question. Of course, we prefer to be given as much notice as possible. The more time we have to give candidates a chance to express interest in working a job, the easier it will be for us to provide you with the highest quality Talent available.
Your Account Manager is available to you at all times Email your Account Manager, call their office line and leave a message, or call their mobile phone. You can also email email@example.com and one of our account managers will get back to you as soon as possible.
Payment processing varies based on the time or length of the event. Once the job is completed your payment will be processed the next business day if you are using RichMisses direct payment solutions. If it is a check, it will be cut and mailed from our office in New York on the first Friday after that date.
Of course it is best never to cancel, but we understand that emergency situations arise. If you absolutely must cancel a job, please send an email to the Account Manager who booked you for the job immediately and also call our main office line at (844) 344-7074 to inform us you cannot work. The more notice we get, the easier it will be for us to find someone to take your place and keep our clients satisfied.
If you cancel with less than 72-hours notice or do not show up for a job, it is very unlikely that you will work future events; like any company, we prefer to work with independent contractors who are reliable and complete engagements for which they are contracted. Late arrivals will be handled on a case-by-case basis, but will often result in a decreased rate of pay to be determined by our Client. Please email online firstname.lastname@example.org with your specific question, citing an event date and client if possible.
No. You signed an Independent Contractor agreement with us and will be paid as a 1099 Independent Contractor vendor. Therefore, you will receive your full pay and are responsible for your own tax deductions and withholdings.
Federal and State Law mandates that we generate a 1099 for every independent contractor who earned in excess of $600 annually; if you did not meet this minimum threshold, we will not generate a 1099 for you or report your income to the IRS
In all likelihood, your W9 is not on file with our administrative department. If you did submit an W9 Form but still have not been paid for a job, please email Order email@example.com with the job details and hours/dates you worked.
You will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org every time a job opportunity arises in your market region for which you are qualified. Please make sure you add that address to your address book and safe senders list.
Absolutely! Your work with us is as an independent contractor. You have no obligation to us whatsoever and are free to complete engagements with whomever you like. In fact, a lot of our Talent are full-time employees of different companies and work on engagements offered through RM to earn some extra money.