How do I get paid?

The GigWorx pay period runs Monday through Sunday, and your income will be directly deposited the following Friday, every week.

When you completed your Direct Deposit Form during the onboarding process, you provided GigWorx with the necessary information to direct all your paycheck payments directly to your bank account.

Additionally, your W4 Form plays a crucial role in directing your tax withholdings. As a W2 employee, GigWorx pays your payroll taxes and withholds federal, state, and local taxes, so you don't have to worry about those details.

At the end of the year, you will receive a W2 document from us that outlines your total earnings and tax withholdings for the year. This document is essential for filing your taxes accurately. Make sure to inform your GigWorx Representative of any change of address promptly to ensure timely delivery of your W-2 form.


Unless you are notified otherwise, you will be paid an hourly wage for each shift, determined by the assignment requirements, your skills, and the wage rates in your local area. For this reason, your wage rate may vary from job to job. The job description in the GigWorx app will tell you how much each shift will pay before you accept.


GigWorx will deduct those taxes required by law from your pay — i.e. Federal, State, and City
withholding taxes as well as Social Security and Medicare taxes. GigWorx pays certain employer taxes such as Unemployment Insurance Tax and Social Security Tax, and you will be covered by Workers’ Compensation Insurance. We provide you a W-2 Wage and Tax Statement to you by January 31st of the following year.

Please inform your GigWorx Representative of any address changes immediately to ensure accurate W4 information and timely delivery of your W-2 form.