I had a hourly contract last March this year but after 2 hours of work, client decided to give it a rest. Now it's August, he finally closes the contract(maybe because of my follow-up message) but he did not leave me a feedback. Will this affect my JSS? And please don't start to correct me that it's my responsibility to tell my client to leave a feedback when he closes the contract because I already did. He's just plainly inactive. Thank you.
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The feedback period is 14 days from the end of a contract. The system is double-blind, which means that feedback won’t be visible until both parties provide it for each other. If only one party leaves feedback, it will be posted after the 14-day period has expired.
@Jorex D wrote:
And please don't start to correct me that it's my responsibility to tell my client to leave a feedback when he closes the contract because I already did.
There is never any need, or indeed reason to ask a client to leave feedback when ending a contract, because it is absolutely impossible to end a contract without leaving feedback.
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