Become a Kriqit

Earn money doing basic yard work.

Kriqit connects workers with local homeowners who need help with simple gardening tasks.

How it works

Create your own schedule

With Kriqit, you can be your own boss and set your own schedule. Work when you want. The more you work, the more you earn.

Simply set a weekly schedule with our online dashboard and customize it for specific days or times. You are in control.

Busy Schedule? Gotcha!

Got classes or other daily obligations? Kriqit is specifically designed to fill in the gaps in your daily schedule. We offer appointments that are at a minimum of 2 hours long; the perfect amount of time to mow a lawn, lay pine straw or plant a flat of annuals before heading back to class.

Find work with no effort

Our website matches you with available jobs in your area that work with your schedule. No more handing out flyers. No more job searches. Let us find the customers for you.

Build your reputation

As you complete each job, Kriqit customers will rate your performance on a 5-star system. New Kriqit customers can personally request you for their jobs based on your rating.

Don’t like being stuck in a cubicle all day?

Join hundreds of other Kriqits just like you. Take off that tie, go outside and get your hands dirty. Make money while you do it.

Get a reward for your work. Two birds with one stone.

Not only will you make money working for Kriqit, you will also stay active working outside. Make money and stay fit? What’s not to like?

Manage your earnings

For each project that you complete, Kriqit records it in our system so you will always be compensated for what you do. And no matter the task, you will always be paid a fixed, reasonable, hourly rate of $12/per hour.

Payment at your doorstep

Don’t worry about picking up a check or turning in a timesheet. Sit back, relax and let your money come to you. Kriqit mails payments to your home address on the 1st and 15th of every month. 

Easy to use online dashboard

Tips for Kriqit Workers

Simple tips for Kriqit success on the job.

Get Geared Up

Be sure to bring the appropriate gear for your job. As a suggestion, you should bring: a hat, sunglasses, water bottle, long-sleeve (but breathable) shirt, work pants, and closed-toed shoes. Your health and safety are our utmost concern and we want to set you up for a positive Kriqit experience.

Introduce Yourself

When you arrive at your job location, don’t sit in the car and wait for your customer to approach you. Knock on the front door and introduce yourself. The homeowner is expecting you so they won’t be surprised. Let your customer know that you are a Kriqit and that you are excited to get started on their¬†outdoor project.

Ask Questions

While common sense should always prevail, always ask if you are uncertain of the task at hand or don’t know how to do something. Communication is essential to your success as a Kriqit. Be intentional and let your customer know if you don’t understand something. You both will be glad you did.

Thank Your Customer

Always thank your customer when you complete your job. Not only is it a professional courtesy, but it will also let your customer know that you are finished with the project. Your customer has the option to leave a rating and review of your performance so saying “Thank you” will increase your chance of a good review.

FAQs

Here are some common questions about being a yard Kriqit.

How is my pay determined?

You’re pay is a competitive wage of $12/hour. In comparison to other jobs on the market, Kriqit is one of the highest paying jobs (per-hour) for a position that requires little to no experience.

How far in advance do I need to set my schedule?

Customers can schedule yard service anytime; from someday service to next day to the upcoming weekend, next week or even for a special event they have planned in the near future. So gets the most opportunities without scheduling conflict, it’s important to keep tabs on your schedule and make sure it is accurate.

How does Kriqit know when I arrive at and leave a job location?

The Kriqit app records and pays you for the scheduled time when the appointment is booked. For example, if you are booked for two hours of lawn service then Kriqit will record and pay you for two hours of work. There is no check-in or check-out processes required.

Is there a time sheet associated with Kriqit?

Consult with your calendar. Look at how many jobs you’ve worked this week and how many hours each job was. Add up to total amount of hours worked! Remember, you will be paid twice a month. We mail out checks via the USPS to your home the 1st and 15th of each month.

Do I need to approve my hours?

No need to approve your hours!  Kriqit records and pays you for your hours based off of the agreed hours that were scheduled and completed.

Can I enlist other people to work for me on a scheduled job?

No, for insurance purposes only you are authorized to complete the scheduled task. We ask anyone interested sign up through Kriqit as a worker so they can get properly compensated and insured.

Am I going to have to work with other people on the same job site?

Usually, Kriqit jobs will be posted as individual projects only. There may be a special occasion when multiple Kriqits would be requested by the client for a large job but that isn’t the norm. Do you know what a group of Kriqits is called? An orchestra!

Is there a minimum number of hours I need to work to remain a Kriqit?

There is no minimum number of hours you need to work each month. You are the boss of your own schedule! If you need some time off to study for midterms, you can adjust your schedule — ahead of time — in the worker portal and come back to work when you are ready.

Does Kriqit have a restroom policy?

We highly encourage our Kriqit workers to use the restroom before they arrive at each job location. If there is an emergency, politely ask to use the customer’s restroom. The customer has the right to decline your request.

Start working with Kriqit and earn money your way.

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