All the information you need to know about your assignment.
If you have questions about your paycheck, please contact your Recruiter or local office immediately.
If your paycheck correction is for less than 10 hours, it will appear on your next weekly paycheck. You can identify this correction by finding the previous week ending date under earnings on the left side of the check along with the hours adjustment removing the old hours and paying you for the proper hours. If your paycheck correction is for more than 10 hours, you will receive a separate paycheck on the following Friday.
We are all part of a team- you rely on us to help you be successful, we rely on you to come to work on the days you are scheduled to come to work. But we also recognize that sometimes you need to miss work. We want to make sure that you understand the credit system our clients use.
If you cannot make it to work, always call out. Missing work and not calling out is a No Call No Show, and two back to back No Call No Shows will result in a termination of your assignment.
Calling out for your whole shift will incur 1.5 credits and leaving and hour or less early (or coming in less than an hour late) will give you a ½ credit. If you accumulate 6 credits or more, your assignment is in jeopardy.
credits are not forever. They roll off 90 days after they occur so manage your credits well!