building trust and ensuring success: why a deposit system helps us grow

By Toronto Bar School, 11/08/2023

At our number one goal is to provide our clients with the best possible experience no matter how big or how small their events and reliable freelance bartenders that take pride in their professionalism.

Our clients trust us and we aim to reward their trust with an unforgettable experience.

That’s why we decided to create a deposit insaurance susyem. Don’t worry, we’ll explain how it works and why it benefits both you and us.

why a deposit system?

At we plan on being the best in the business. We’re committed to making every event better than the last. For that we need a team of dependable and dedicated bartenders.

The problem is, we sometimes have to scramble at the last minute because a freelance bartender is unable to fullfil their commitment. The end result can be a less than ideal situation and a frustrated client.

We know that life can be unpredictable and we get that the reason you got into freelance bartending was because of the bartender doesn’t show up for a shift we take a hit to our reputation and it puts our company’s future at risk.


it's an incentive that helps and you

we want to be upfront and honest.

In a perfect world we wouldn’t need a deposit insaurance, but real world experience has taught us that a little added incentive protects our company so we can keep providing great side-hustle opportunities for great bartenders like you.

By leaving a deposit with us you’re telling us that you’re committed and have a strong sense of responsibility.

If at some point you decided to walk away from the freelance bartending world you’ll get your deposit back in full.

claim your spot at the front of the line

The great thing about participating in our deposit insaurance system is that you get to jump to the front of the line when it comes times to staff events.

We’ll give you priority consideration. If you’re willing to show that kind of belief in our brand we want to return the flavor. We believe that reliable bartenders deserve to be rewarded with great opportunities.

protecting each other

Chances are your employer at your 9 to 5 job has a two week hold back on your wages. It’s standard practice. This is our version of that.

It’s a safeguard that encourages our event freelancers to do their part of ensure the success of

We’re nothing without amazing people like you. We hope you’ll grow right along with us as we work towards our goal of becoming the first call for all events in the GTA that need bartenders.

Let’s do this!

If you’re trying to get rich overnight, maybe start a YouTube channel, but don’t become a bartender. The tips are great, but as the newbie, it takes time to work your way up to the bigger tips.

Without tips, bartending doesn’t pay enough to cover the bills. You might make $7 to $12 an hour, so you really need to work on your people pleasing to begin raking in tips, or the job might
not be financially feasible.