Leading HR technology provider WorkBright selected as the national onboarding provider to digitally distribute and collect worker paperwork for Uber Works.
BOULDER, Colo. – February 11, 2020 – WorkBright, a human resources technology company located in Boulder, CO, has been selected to power the new hire paperwork process for Uber Works, a platform that connects workers with businesses that need to fill available shifts.
With a focus on general labor roles in the light industrial, events and hospitality spaces, Uber Works aims to make it easier for workers to find work. The company is working to create a seamless process that helps workers find the work that works for them while also putting more control in their hands throughout. Now, the company is partnering with WorkBright for its new hire paperwork distribution and collection. WorkBright eliminates repetitive data entry and reduces onboarding time for workers while automating administrative processes like E-Verify.
“After understanding Uber Works’ unique business needs, we knew we were the perfect fit,” said WorkBright CEO and co-founder, David Secunda. “Our embedded solution allowed Uber Works to quickly plug-in the WorkBright solution to their worker-facing application, and our robust API provided an easy integration. We’ve been testing in the Chicago and Miami markets and are proud to continue to provide the infrastructure to fuel Uber Works’ scale and success as they grow.”
“WorkBright’s modern user interface and mobile-first functionality allows workers on the platform to securely upload identity documents and digitally sign forms quickly and easily,” said Uber Works Business Development Manager, Lansing Lee. “We are confident that WorkBright will be a great partner to help this new workforce sign up for work opportunities.”
The Uber Works app is available to download in Apple and Android app stores and workers using the platform will immediately experience the ease of WorkBright onboarding during their sign up process.