Find work

As soon as you sign up with Coople, you will be invited to attend a Right to Work assessment. Attending an assessment is something you need to do in order to start working with us, and as the name suggests, we run them to check your Right to Work legally in the UK.

Checking your Right to Work isn’t the only reason we run the assessments however; we also introduce you to Coople, our app and give you an idea of the type of work you can expect to find with us. Ultimately our aim is to give everyone who attends the session the possible chance of not only getting their first job, but also building up their reputation as a reliable worker.

Introducing you to our app

Our app lets you find work whenever and wherever you want. With roles in hospitality, events, retail and plenty more all available, there’s plenty to discover.

During our Right to Work assessments, we’ll walk you through the app and give you all the information you need to apply for your first job. We’ll also show you how to filter your results to find the jobs closest to you that match your skills. Put simply, the assessment will give you the tools you need to use the app to find and apply for flexible work in seconds.

Getting you ready for work

We also make sure you’re ready to work with Coople. As well as having staff on-hand to help you build your profile and apply for your first job, we’ll also share our expectations with you. By letting you know what our expectations are, we’re making sure that you’re fully informed and ready to make an excellent impression during your first shift.

What do I need to do before my Right to Work assessment?

Great question. If you haven’t already, you’ll need to register with Coople on the app and book your assessment. We run several assessments a week at our offices in Central London. Before the assessment begins, it’s also a good idea to save time by uploading your documents and filling out your profile. It only takes a few minutes, and it will let us know in advance about the type of work you’re looking for.

If you want to find out more about our Right to Work assessment, be sure to check out these handy guides: