Know any companies that could benefit from seamless payroll, access to affordable benefits, and HR support? We’d love to meet them.
The Justworks Referral Program allows you to earn $100 dollars per employee at the company you refer upon joining Justworks and after they have successfully processed their first payroll. This means you will receive:
How will I get paid?
Referral payments are typically deposited within 60 days from the date of the referral’s first payroll cycle.
You'll be paid via ACH through our third-party accounts payable system. You'll receive an invitation to join this system during the account creation process, and you'll be asked to provide your ACH information and TIN information to process payment. For payments above $600, Justworks is required to issue you an IRS Form MISC-1099, which will be sent to your contact email when it has been filed.
Who can participate?
Absolutely everyone! We welcome anyone spreading the word and participating in the referral program, customer or not. The best part is that there are no limits on the number of companies you can refer to us!
How do I track my referral?
After it’s been submitted, you’ll receive an email confirmation from email@example.com to verify your referral was received. You’ll receive additional email notifications as your submission moves through the referral process – if you have additional questions on the status of your referral, you can reach out to your Account Manager directly, or contact our 24/7Customer Support Team.
What happens if the company I refer hires more employees after they become a Justworks customer?
If the company you refer hires more employees after they are already a customer, we will not compensate you for these additional employees.
How do I refer to a company?
Visit this referrals page and complete the form below to participate.
This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, legal or tax advice. If you have any legal or tax questions regarding this content or related issues, then you should consult with your professional legal or tax advisor.