Once you have been dispatched to a contractor for work:
Be punctual and professional
- Show up on time ready to work, if you have been sent to an interview with a prospective contractor, or dispatched to a job make sure you are on time. Do not be a “no show”. If an emergency comes up CALL LRS as soon as possible. Calling the contractor is strongly suggested also, but be sure to call LRS so we can document that you called.
- Wear work boots & long pants. Wear clean shirts without holes or foul and derogatory logos.
- Bring all the tools on the TOOL LIST that you reviewed and signed at LRS.
- Have a positive attitude, give us a call after your first day and let us know how it went.
Once you are working
- Obey the contractor’s instructions unless they put you in an unsafe or unlawful situation.
- Do not leave or quit a job with out without giving reasonable notice; one week notice should be sufficient in most cases.
- If you have a problem with the contractor or supervisor, resolve it in a professional manner. We strongly suggest you call Labor Resource Solutions for assistance in these cases.