You must review and verify the accuracy and truthfulness of the completed Work Order, setting forth your hours worked, before submitting it to LABOR FINDERS for payment of wages. You shall verify the hours worked by signing the Sign Out sheet at the time you collect payment. You shall also verify that you were provided all meal and rest periods if required by state law.
LABOR FINDERS will give you a Work Order when assigned to a customer's job. When you arrive at a customer's site, you must give the customer's supervisor or manager the Work Order. You must ensure that your hours worked and meal periods, if required, are properly recorded on the Work Order. The customer must complete and sign the Work Order.
Failing to record time, falsifying time records, or recording or altering another employee's time records is not permissible and is subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Employees are prohibited from working off the clock. You are required to report to LABOR FINDERS any conduct by the customer that violates this policy. (Last Revised 04/29/2013)
You may be required to work overtime as necessary. Only actual hours worked in a given workday or workweek applies in calculating overtime. All overtime work must be previously authorized by the customer.
We provide compensation for all overtime hours worked in accordance with state and federal law. If you believe you have not been compensated properly or have any questions, please contact your Branch Manager in the Labor Finders office or anyone else in management. (Last Revised 04/29/2013)
Meal breaks should be taken in accordance with and as determined by applicable state law. Specific state meal break requirements for your state are explained in LABOR FINDERS workplace posters located at your branch. (Last Revised 04/29/2013)
Rest breaks should be taken in accordance with and as determined by applicable state law. Your specific rights, if any, are explained in LABOR FINDERS workplace posters located at your branch office. (Last Revised 04/29/2013)
LABOR FINDERS RIGHTS OF COLLECTION OF UNPAID WAGES
LABOR FINDERS pays you for work performed. On occasion, a customer of LABOR FINDERS may not pay LABOR FINDERS for your work. If this happens, LABOR FINDERS will pursue collection from the customer. As a condition of employment, you are required to assign any and all rights you may have for collection, construction lien, mechanics lien, or any other rights of collection from any Customer, General Contractor, and Owner, Subcontractor or Material man to LABOR FINDERS, consistent with the requirements of applicable law. (Last Revised 04/29/2013)