Application Policies

Application Policies 2017-10-18T17:14:40+00:00

*Company Policy

Please take the time to read the application policies we have in place to protect you, Labor for Hire (us) and the various top-notch Client Companies we work with every day. Please be sure to read the agreement below when applying for any of the great jobs you may be applying for as this agreement plays a large part in the hiring process for our company, Labor for Hire.

I, the Undersigned Applicant, acknowledge- by my agreement to the terms and conditions- that I have been informed that if accepted as a leased employee of SPLI, I will be leased to:

– Labor for Hire, LLC / Skilled Resources, LLC —

I further understand that if accepted as a leased employee of SPLI, both SPLI and I can terminate our business relationship at any time, as I will be an at-will leased employee of SPLI. I also understand and agree that if accepted, I am a leased employee of SPLI and if such a case as SPLI does not receive payment from the Client Company for services I performed, SPLI will still pay me the applicable minimum wage (or the legally required overtime pay, at the applicable minimum wage rate, in a work week that I have worked overtime) for any such pay period and I agree to this method of compensation.

As a term of employment with SPLI, I understand and agree that all of my compensation for work done for the Client Company must be paid by SPLI. It is expressly prohibited for me to accept compensation from any source other than SPLI for work completed for the Client Company without the express written consent from SPLI. The moment I accept compensation from any source other than SPLI for work performed for the Client Company without SPLI’s written consent, my employment with SPLI will be automatically terminated/dissolved. Effective the beginning of the pay period, in which I received that compensation, even if SPLI is not yet aware of it and even if SPLI continues to pay me. Therefore, I understand and agree that if I receive any compensation from any source other than SPLI for work done for the Client Company without SPLI’s written consent, I will be considered an employee of that source and not an employee of SPLI. I understand and agree that this means that if I get paid by any source other than SPLI for work done for the Client Company without SPLI’s written consent and I get hurt while working, I will not be an employee of SPLI and will, therefore, not be covered by SPLI or SPLI’s workers’ compensation policy. This paragraph does not apply to tips from patrons.

I also agree to comply with any drug and/or alcohol testing policy, which SPLI has or may adopt. I specifically agree to post-accident drug and/or alcohol testing after every work injury regardless of whether I am able to give consent at that time. This document is my authority to post-accident drug and/or alcohol testing in all instances.

SPLI is in agreement with the Federal Government that marijuana is a controlled substance and therefore will not recognize medical marijuana as a legitimate prescription. A positive test result for marijuana will be treated the same as any other positive test result, even if an employee has a medical marijuana prescription.

I acknowledge that I am required to promptly report all incidents of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, regardless of the offender’s identity or position, to the Client Company. I further acknowledge that the Client Company is responsible for investigating my complaint and taking appropriate action, if any is determined to be necessary, to end or remediate the discrimination and/or or retaliation.

I further acknowledge and agree that because SPLI does not have actual control over my work with the Client Company- and as such, not in a position to know of any alleged discrimination, harassment, or retaliation- all action to end or remediate any discrimination, harassment, or retaliation must come solely from the Client Company.

“Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.”

– C.S. Lewis