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Category: Subtitutes

Payments, Taxes, and Independent Contractor Status

What does it mean that I am an independent contractor? Tagg is a web-based application that helps you get substitute teaching requests. Think of it like Uber for substitute teaching. Jobs are sent out to all available subs at the same time (unless a specific sub is requested) and the first to accept, gets it.…
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Cancellation Policy

Missed Job, Late Arrival, Cancellation policy Our goal is to provide quality substitute coverage to all of our schools. No-shows, late arrivals, and cancellations are not acceptable. They inconvenience not only our partner teachers and their students, but also school staff. Missing a job or arriving late forces administrators to scramble for a last minute…
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Messaging Teachers and Administrators

Messaging Teacher Once you have accepted a job, a new in-app chat will be created between you and the teacher whose class you are covering. When you have a new chat or a new message you will see a pink dot appear next to the “Messages” tab in the green menu on your calendar homepage.…
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Settings Page

Settings Page To get to your settings page, click the green hamburger menu in the top right of your screen. From the pink pop-out menu, click “Settings”. Minimum pay Your pay rate is how much you are willing to work for. For example, if you set your pay at $130, you will not receive any…
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Receiving Job Requests

Accepting Job Requests You can accept job requests in three different ways. You should have set this up when you created your Tagg account, but you can always change your request preferences on your settings page at any time. Text To setup text message job notifications, follow the guide below: Step 1: Click the green…
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Substitute Metrics Page

Viewing important metrics and meanings To view interesting metrics about your Tagg experience, click “Metrics” in the green menu on you calendar homepage On this page, you will see the following information: Earnings in the Last Month – This is how much you made in total substitute teaching in the previous month Average Earnings per…
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Substitute Payments

What is Stripe Much like PayPal, Stripe is one of the world’s leading payment platforms. Companies such as Target, Lyft, and Amazon use it to facilitate payments. Tagg partners with Stripe to ensure you are paid in a secure and timely fashion following each of your jobs. To read more about Stripe, you can visite:…
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Viewing and Managing Jobs

Viewing jobs from Calendar Confirmed, Pending, Closed On your calendar homepage, the date boxes will either be blank or have colored dots and lines with the following meanings: Green – A green dot and line indicates a job that you have already accepted Yellow – A yellow dot and line indicates a job that has…
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Sub Training Manual

Tagg Sub Training Manual Have you been subbing through Tagg for a while or you are just looking around to see if you would be interested in substitute teaching? This sub training manual will give you a good look at what a day in the life of a sub looks like and what will be…
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