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Re: My job success is not increasing

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Mike A Member Since: Dec 9, 2018
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I have one regular since July, and the fact that I have successfully maintained this job, should count for something.
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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@Mike A wrote:
I have one regular since July, and the fact that I have successfully maintained this job, should count for something.

 Oh it does. It brings you money every week. Money counts. Long term contracts help your JSS, so the JSS you have is already including any positive effects from any long term active contracts.

 

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Mike A Member Since: Dec 9, 2018
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It was increasing gradually from July, it then stopped at 86% in September. Since September, I have not had any change in the job success score
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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@Mike A wrote:
It was increasing gradually from July, it then stopped at 86% in September. Since September, I have not had any change in the job success score

 you haven't had a single completed job since July.  It was going up some because bad outcomes fell out of your calculation window.

It will fall again when good outcomes fall out of the calculation window and / or when there aren't enough in the 6 month window to calculate a JSS from.

That's when it will calculate on the 1 year window which has all the poor outcomes that made your JSS so low in the first place.

 

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Ameen E Member Since: Mar 13, 2018
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Hello,

 

My JSS was 82% and I completed two jobs with 5 starts in public and private too, with feedback and have one open job in progress, after the last update 8-Dec my score still the same but, I think it should increase anyone can help, please.

 

Thanks.

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Shahid S Member Since: Nov 16, 2017
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I am having the same Issue,  working hard to get orders, I have done 4 orders last 14 days with good cooments and 5stars. but still my JSS is the same. 

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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Usually the JSS does not update until some hours after the date shown as "last updated" - wait a few more hours.

 

By the way, as private feedback is on a "out of 10" scale 5 would be poor, and discussing private feedback with clients is incredibly unprofessional at best and feedback manipulation (a t.o.s. violation) at worst.

 

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Ameen E Member Since: Mar 13, 2018
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@Petra R wrote:

Usually the JSS does not update until some hours after the date shown as "last updated" - wait a few more hours.

 

By the way, as private feedback is on a "out of 10" scale 5 would be poor, and discussing private feedback with clients is incredibly unprofessional at best and feedback manipulation (a t.o.s. violation) at worst.

 



Thanks for your reply.

 

By the way, my score has been updated but, how I completed two jobs and my score only increased by 3% from 82 -> 85 and it must be increased by 6%  as usual.

Or because of this two jobs from the same client?

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Namita S Member Since: Jul 20, 2017
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Hi am having the same issue. Completed 2 projects with 5 stars and am sure private feedback is good too. But no changes in my JSS. Why so...

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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@Namita S wrote:

Hi am having the same issue. Completed 2 projects with 5 stars and am sure private feedback is good too. But no changes in my JSS. Why so...


 Your profile seems to be private so I can't look. How many contracts have you had altogether, what is your JSS now?

 

In general you need to remember that

  • just as new outcomes are added when you complete jobs, contracts can fall out of your calculation window. So if you are on a 6 month window and added 2 good outcomes, but two good outcomes were now more than 6 months ago, nothing changes,
  • The more contracts you had, the lower the impact of any one outcome on your JSS (for better or for worse)
  • The higher your JSS, the more slowly it goes up (because that is how percentages work mathematically)
  • One bad outcome makes your JSS fall by more than one good outcome makes it go up (because that is how percentages work mathematically) unless it is below 50%, when the opposite happens.
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