When Bacon workers apply for a shift and are accepted, they organize their schedules to accommodate that commitment. It is unfair to them when a company rejects their application or cancels the shift at the last minute, as they may have been relying on that work and the expected income. This is why, if a company cancels or rejects a worker within 12 hours of the shift start time, the company is obligated to compensate the worker for the inconvenience.

What Counts as a Late Cancellation or Late Rejection?

  • Canceling a shift within 12 hours of the shift start time.

  • Rejecting a worker's application within 12 hours of the shift start time.

  • Accepted workers who are turned away**

How Much Will Be Compensated?

  • The company agrees to pay 25% or $30, whichever is greater, to approved workers to compensate for lost time and earnings. (Standard Bacon fees apply)

  • You can expect to receive the compensation on your normal pay schedule for quick pay (2-day) or weekly pay. 

**This policy does not apply to workers who show up late to a shift, who are not dressed correctly, do not meet all of the shift requirements, or who otherwise are unable to work the shift.**

If you have any questions about the late cancellation and rejected worker policies please reach out to the Bacon Support Team at support@baconinc.com or call (435)-292-8080.