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EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK

Introduction

Purpose of Handbook

This handbook provides guidelines for employees in their behavior and performance at the workplace. The company has the right to revise or amend the handbook at any time. New or revised policies will become effective immediately when they are issued and will supersede previous policies.

At-Will Employment

Nothing contained in this Handbook is intended to nor does it create a contract of employment. Your employment can be terminated with or without cause and with or without notice at any time at the option of either yourself or the company. No employee of the company has the authority to enter into any agreement for employment for any specified period of time or to make any agreement contrary to the foregoing.

Equal Opportunities Policy

Employment opportunities at George Webb/Aldridge, Inc. are open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their experience, aptitude and abilities. Qualified applicants are considered for all positions and for advancement without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status, disability or any other basis protected by State or Federal law. Employment decisions are based on such factors as, an individual's experience, achievement, performance, ability and attitude. Our Equal Employment Opportunity policy covers all employment practices, including selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.

We will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities where such adversely affects the employee's ability to perform the essential functions of the job or if the employee has a religious belief that affects the employee's job, unless making the reasonable accommodation would result in an undue hardship to the company. Any employee who feels they need an accommodation should contact management. We will examine each situation on a case-by-case basis.

Non-Harassment Policy

Employees are forbidden from engaging in any form of harassment against co-workers, guests, or any other person they come into contact with as employees of our company. Harassment can be a form of discrimination when it is based on age, race, national origin, sex/gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or membership in any class protected by federal, state or local law, or is in retaliation to a person claiming harassment or discrimination. This policy forbids sexual harassment, defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when:

  1. Submission to the conduct is an explicit or implicit term or condition of employment; -or-
  2. An individual's submission to or rejection of such conduct becomes the basis for employment decisions affecting that individual; -or-
  3. Such conduct has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with an individual's work performance or creates or contributes to an intimidating, hostile or offensive working environment.

If you believe you are being harassed, report the conduct to any manager at your location. If you do not feel comfortable speaking to a manager at your location, call the corporate office and speak to the owner. All complaints of harassment will be taken seriously and investigated promptly and as confidentially as possible. In some cases, we may not be able to guarantee complete confidentiality. However, we assure you that retaliation for making a harassment claim will not be tolerated from the accused or any other employee. If, after an investigation, we conclude there has been harassing behavior, that employee will be disciplined appropriately based on the circumstances. Discipline may include termination.

About Us

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George Webb

George Webb opened his first restaurant in 1948 on Milwaukee's East side.

The Two ClocksImage of Two Clocks

Every George Webb has two clocks in the dining room. Why? Because along with great food, George was known for his sense of humor, including the two clocks that still hang in every restaurant. The real story about the two clocks has to do with being open 24 hours. However, a quick answer to people that ask is... "One clock for each eye" .

Baseball PredictionImage of George Webb PredictsImage of Giveaway

George Webb was also known for this baseball prediction ... "George Webb predicts our local baseball team will win 12 straight league games". People speculated for years that if the team wins 12 games straight, we would give away free burgers.

Finally on April 19, 1987, the Milwaukee Brewers won 12 straight games and three days later customers lined up at every George Webb while we served up 168,194 free burgers. The prediction continued and 31 years later on October 12, 2018 the Brewers won 12 straight again and on October 18 2018, we served up over 100,000 free burgers again.

Aldridge, Inc.

Aldridge, Inc. is the operator of the following four George Webb restaurants.

Corporate Staff

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Aldridge, Inc. is small business, and as such we wear many hats in making sure everything necessary is accomplished. It couldn't be done without our location managers and support staff:

Contacts and Resources

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Smart Phone Contact Entry

Right now create a contact entry in your phone. Call it "George Webb". Add the following entries:

  1. Location Manager phone number
  2. Restaurant phone number
  3. Corporate office phone number: (414) 271-5050
  4. Web Site: Aldridgeinc.com

Coworker's Phone Numbers

Your coworkers phone numbers which are posted on the bulletin board. Grab those when you're at work.

Web PageImage of Web Page

We have a web page Aldridgeinc.com where you can find your schedule, the employee handbook, training resources, pay information, etc.

Job Questions or Concerns

If you have questions or concerns, speak with your manager. If you are not satisfied with that conversation, contact  corporate at (414) 271-5050 or visit aldridgeinc.com where you can submit a Contact Form.

Workplace Policies

#1  Communications (with the Manager)

Phone Calls and Text MessagesImage of Smart Phone

We ask you to communicate with the manager in a timely fashion as needs arise. If the manager calls or texts you when you are off-duty, answer back, and please do so promptly.

Mail Slot

Image of Mailslot Each person on staff is assigned a mail slot. It will contain important communications from the manager. Check it each time you work. Failure to check and take action will be a company policy violation.

#2  Shifts and Hours

Standard Shifts

We have standard shifts of eight hours as follows:

  • 1st Shift: 6 am-2 pm
  • 2nd Shift: 2 pm-10 pm
  • 3rd Shift: 10 pm-6 am.

Short Shifts

Depending on store and day of week, we have some short shifts of six hours as follows:

  • 1st Shift: 8 am-2 pm:
  • 3rd Shift: 12 midnight-6am.

We guarantee no one all 8 hour shifts or all 6 hour shifts.

Alternative Shifts

Your willingness to work a shift other than your regular shift, can help you get more hours if you're interested.

Extra Hours and Overtime

On occasion, you may be scheduled for an extra work day. Refusal to work this without a valid and acceptable reason will be considered a workplace policy violation. Anytime you work more than 40 hours, you are paid time-and-one-half your regular pay rate.

Second Job

It is our expectation that this will be your only job. If you take a second job and it interferes with this job, you may be let go from this job. Thinking about a second job is far easier than actually working the two jobs. So consider that we can offer extra shifts including overtime, and that way you can make more money and don't need to divide your interests between two jobs.

#3  Schedules

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As the manager prepares new schedules, or makes schedule revisions, you will receive a text notification. Such texts, will come from this number (414) 937-5702, not from your manager's number. You may also check the schedule anytime by visiting aldridgeinc.com.

Days Off

We do our best to rotate days off so everyone gets a variety of days. You may have two days off in a row, or at times dyour two off days will be spread apart.

Day Off Requests

Before the schedule is published, we will accept requests for specific days off for appointments or other needs. Make such requests by filling out an online form at aldridgeinc.com, clicking Schedules, then Requests. We do not accept requests by phone, texts or written notes.

No Guaranteed Same Days Off

We will not guarantee a a specific day or days off every week. Doing so would cause the schedule rotation to stall resulting in everyone else always having to work the days you want off.

Unexpected Need for a Day Off

Once the schedule is posted, you are responsible for working as scheduled.  So if after the schedule is posted you realize you need a certain day that you didn't ask for, this becomes a shift trade. Ask a coworker to work in your place and that you'll take one of their off-days. Then, if you can arrange such a trade, ask the manager who will want to hear from both parties.

Being Asked to Work on a Day Off

If someone calls in, we may ask you to work. Whether you are available or not, please have the courtesy to reply giving a yes or no.

#4  Arrival and Clock-in

The shift transition is awkward with one shift going off and the other coming on at the exact same time. It's worse if anyone is late. Therefore, we highly encourage you to arrive for your shift by ten minutes to the hour. You get paid starting at ten minutes to, so clock right in and take over customer service and food preparation while the shift going off can focus on their last minute details.

When you clock in by 10 to and begin working, you start getting paid. On the other hand, if you arrive even earlier, please wait until 10 to to clock in, unless you are asked to start even earlier

#5  Attendance


Attendance Policy

If You're Running Late

Text the manager, and call the store immediately!  People want to go home! If you make them wait for you, you are placing the importance of your time ahead of theirs.

If You're Going to be Absent

We don't have extra people waiting in the wings so take our absence requirements seriously and do the following:

1. Think about who is off and try to find a replacement.

2. Can't find a replacement, call or text the manager by the "Call-by-Time" which is:

Do Not Disturb
  • 1st shift: 10 pm the night before*;
  • 2nd shift: 10 am the day of;
  • 3rd shift: 6 pm the day of.

3. If you miss the "Call-by-Time":

Notify the manager immediately and well before work time. We need time to find a replacement and you're not giving us much time.

Need to Go Home Early?

You must get permission. Coverage must be arranged.

Attendance Record Keeping Point System

Our attendance policy is a "no fault " policy, which means we count every occurrence regardless of reason or circumstance and assign a point value. For that reason, absences with doctors excuses unless a qualified Family/Medical Leave, will not excuse your absence. We also record the time you reported, including if you met the "Call-by-Time".

Point Schedule:

  • Late: 1-15 minutes: (1/4 point); 16-30 minutes (1/2 point); 31-45 minutes (3/4 point); 46+ minutes (1 point).
  • Absence reported by the Call-by-Time:  2 points
  • Absence reported after the Call-by-Time:  3 points
  • Absence reported during the Last Hour:  4 points
  • Communication Failure:  You didn't reply to a text or call on a timely basis -- 4 points at manager's discretion
  • Refusal to Work (on an off-day) -- 4 points (at manager's discretion)
  • Home early - same point levels as for being late.

Warnings and Discharge

Warnings are issued after having accumulated 3 points, 6 points, 9 points, and a final warning at 12 points. However, each warning will state that your employment is subject to discharge without further warning, as you may not be permitted further opportunities for more attendance issues and the associated points depending on your particular attendance issues. Further, as a trainee or employee newly off of training, discharge may result immediately without the benefit of any warning other than the issuance of this handbook.

A no show is cause for discharge without any warning other than the issuance of this handbook.

Get Points Back

After having received points, you can improve your attendance record. For each month of no occurrences, 2 points will be expunged from your record (until you reach zero points).


Daycare Resources

Important to attendance may be proper daycare. Click here for Daycare Resources.

#6  Uniform and Shoes

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Uniform

A uniform is required every time you work.  It consists of:

  1. George Webb red polo shirt

  2. George Webb black bib apron

  3. George Webb black visor (or optional GW logo baseball hat)

  4. Name tag, to be worn on apron every time you work.

  5. Black casual slacks or black jeans. Not blue jeans, sweats, sports pants, or ripped jeans. Pant legs must be hemmed and not drag on the floor.

Your First UniformImage of Uniform Issued Form

At the start of your employment, we provide free of charge: (2) red polo shirts; (2) bib aprons; and (1) visor. These items are yours to keep after you have completed your training plus having worked 80 post-training hours.

If you leave the job before those 80 post-training hours, return the uniform within 24 hours to the manager or the prorated value will be deducted from your final paycheck.


Image of Uniform Order FormAdditional Uniforms

Additional uniforms are at your cost. However, when you need items, you don't have to pay up front. You can place an order using a form and we will deduct the cost from your paycheck a few dollars at at time. (At the rate of .50 cents per hour.)

Uniform Allowance

As you work, .05 cents per hour accumulates in an account. As you purchase additional uniforms, the accumulated amount is applied to what you owe. The manger can tell you the amount in your account at any time, just ask.

Shoes

Required are slip resistant shoes in black .Image of Shoes-No

  • No crocs
  • No white sneakers or those with logos or colors besides black
  • No sandals or open-toe shoes

For training, if you don't have all black slip resistant shoes, go ahead and wear sneakers or other slip-resistant shoes that you already have.

After training if you need shoes, visit an affordable local source like Walmart or Target or order shoes from us, click here.

#7  Personal Appearance

Hair

Hair, including a wig or weave must be under control. For females if it's long, tie it back. For males it must be cut at the collar and/or trimmed up neatly. If hair is colored, it must be a natural shade. Do-rags are not permitted. Facial hair for males must be neatly trimmed.

Image of Finger NailsFingernails

Bathing and Odor

Bath regularly, use deodorant, a wear a freshly washed uniform.

Tattoos

Tattoos are at the discretion of management on a case-by-case basis and may need to be covered.

Facial or Tongue Piercings

Must be removed.

Jewelry

Must be limited to: a watch and one (1) ring; necklaces or neck chains must be tucked under shirt; no earnings for males; earrings for females up to 1 inch in length or diameter and no more than two per ear; no chains on pant loops; no pins or other accessories.

No gum chewing.

Image of No Backwards HatsNo Backwards Hats

Your hat or visor must be worn forward.

No Hoodies, Jackets, or Street Clothes

If you're cold, wear a long sleeve shirt under your uniform top; or order a George Webb cardigan sweater.

Image of Ear BudsNo Ear Buds/Headphones

These are not permitted at any time.

#8  Shift ExpectationsImage of Grump

Essentials

  1. That you get busy right away.
  2. You stay busy throughout the shift.
  3. That you do not stand around or sit around.
  4. That you do not leave the restaurant.
  5. That you take your meal break.
  6. That you do not waste time on personal matters like using your phone.
  7. That you greet every customer as soon as they arrive.
  8. The you render fast and professional service to customers without undo delay.
  9. That you work to prepare food orders as fast as you can.
  10. That you refer to the Shift Duties tablet for your position, do the work it refers to, and check off and submit the page by end of shift.
  11. That you continue to take orders, working right up to the end of the shift.
  12. That you leave the workplace stocked and cleaned for the next shift.

Image of No Phone Sign #9  Your Cell Phone (While at Work)

Don't compromise food safety and our reputation by using your phone in areas that customers could see.It's OK to check it occasionally, but do that in back out of view. Then always wash your hands each time afterwards.

Cell phone handling rules:

  1. Keep your phone in your pocket or on the break table, not lying around in the serving areas or the kitchen.
  2. Never bring your phone out in front of customers or the dining area even if there are no customers present.
  3. If you need to answer your phone or use it, walk into the back room to do that.
  4. Wash your hands every time after touching your phone.

#10  Breaks and Meals

This area of the handbook covers a lot of information that you need to know in order to remain in compliance with our workplace policies.

Essentials

  1. There are no breaks any old time you feel like it.
  2. There is no eating any old time you feel like it.
  3. Any workplace eating must be paid for, it's not free, however there is a discount as described later.
  4. Any food preparation must be rung on the POS system BEFORE preparation.

Coordinate Your Breaks

Your actions effect others. If you need a bathroom break for example, inform your coworker  before you go.

Bathroom Breaks

Excessive or overly long bathroom breaks are not permitted.

Smoking

Smoking and smoke breaks are not permitted. However, you may smoke during the 30-minute meal break. During the meal-break, if you choose to smoke, do it in the designated area as follows:

Beverage Breaks and Beverage Policy

A couple of brief beverage breaks is allowed per shift. These may include a free beverage as described here:

Mandatory Meal Break

Whether you want to eat or not, there is a mandatory 30-minute meal break per eight-hour shift.

Employee Meal Break Procedure

The employee meal is only during the mandatory meal break. During that break:

Taking the Meal Break

If Working a Short Shift

When working a short shift (six hours or less), there is 30-minute meal-break. However, if you want to eat, you have two choices:1) arrive a little early and order your half-price meal and eat before clocking in; 2) during the regular break window after the others have taken their meal break, you may order a half-price meal and take just enough time to eat your food while staying on the clock.

Food or Beverage for Take Home

Food or a beverage for taking home is not permitted. If you want a carryout, you can, but at menu price and only by ordering it on the POS and preparing it or having it prepared, with a corresponding ticket hanging in the kitchen.

#11  Leaving the Workplace (or Going Outside, During Shift)

Leaving the workplace, or hanging around outside is not permitted. Except that you can leave during the 30-minute meal break.

#12  Rides and Visitors (Including Visiting Off-Duty)

Ride to/from Work: If you get a ride to or from work, inform your ride to wait for you in the car.

Visitors at Work: Visitors are not permitted during your shift. This includes friends or family visiting even as customers.

Visiting Off Duty: Its best that you don't. The workplace distraction is not wanted.

#13 Workplace IntegrityImage

We Audit EverythingImage of Guest Check Audit

Examples are:

Audit Forms

Don't become alarmed when you receive an audit form. For example, one audit we do is comparing what you write on the  Waitrpads vs what you ring on the POS system. An example is coffee, soda, soup or chili that you wrote on the waitrpad but failed to ring on the point-of-sale (POS) system. As we audit these,  if we find errors, we are going to present them to you for repayment. Frankly we rather that you had gotten the money from the customer. Avoid such errors by comparing what you write to what you rang before you press the "DONE" key on the POS.

Inspection of Belongings

Management reserves the right to inspect personal belonging, including purses, backpacks, or other closed containers.

TheftImage

Theft of any kind will be cause for discharge, and the incident may well be reported to the police.

Examples:

Video Surveillance

Video and audio is recorded at all times. While no one is just sitting there 24/7 watching and listening, we employ video auditors to conduct surveillance and prepare reports that may be presented to you.

Internal Investigations

Image of Video Surveillance The company utilizes a service that monitors employee compliance workplace policies and procedures. Reports will be presented to you.

#14  Customer Relations

Non-Discrimination

Employees will provide service to all individuals regardless of disability, age, race, religion, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, national origin, and will not discriminate under any unlawful basis.

Customer Mission

"The purpose of everything we do here is for serving our customers in the fastest, most friendly way we can.

You Conduct In Front of and Towards Customers

  1. Leave your problems at the door - no one wants your high drama.
  2. Look sharp, leave the wrinkled homeless look for the streets.
  3. Smile! It makes a tremendous difference.
  4. Don't stand in front of the store looking bored. Make yourself busy.
  5. Stop, look, listen. Greet every customer the moment the door opens. Even if you're busy with other customers, speak up and say... "Hello, I'll be right with you".
  6. Do not show frustration, have an attitude, or argue with a customer (or a coworker), ever!
  7. Do not have a personal conversation with another employee within earshot of customers.
  8. Do not eat or drink or use your cell phone in view of customers.
  9. Do not gossip about anyone within earshot of customers.
  10. If there is an extra charge, alert your customer.
  11. Don't ask for tips or discuss tips in front of customers.
  12. Never blame the cook or other workers for anything that goes wrong. Just make it right.

Use Respectful Language

#15  Coworker Relations

Getting along is your responsibility!

  1. Don't display a bad attitude or create drama
  2. Don't provoke an argument or escalate one
  3. Don't be rude, disorderly, or indecent to others
  4. Don't use foul or abusive language
  5. Don't gossip and don't pay attention to gossip.

#16  Non-Escalation Policy

A positive outcome for any interaction with anyone is what we want. An upset coworker or a disruptive customer will likely lose the attitude if you remain calm and not react in a way that might escalate the "situation". So never argue, or even speak loudly, and certainly never engage physically.

#17  Clock Out and Departure

When it's time to go home:

  1. No one should clock out and leave before others.
  2. Make sure customers are handed off properly to the new shift.
  3. Make sure all shift duty items are completed and checked off on the duties tablet.
  4. After everything is done, everyone clocks out at the same time.

#18  Working Extra Time (Before, During or After Shift)

The Extra Time Worked ReportImage of Extra Time Worked Report

There will be times when you work more minutes than the formal shift. Examples:

Example #1 - The restaurant is extra busy so you were asked to start before 10 to.

Example #2 - The store was busy during the meal break window such that you couldn't get the meal-break in.

Example #3 - The store was extra busy so you worked past 10 after.

Example #4 - Someone was late and so you stayed past 10 to.

In such cases, you will be paid for this extra time if the reason(s) are:  a) reasonable; and b) you filled out an Extra Time Worked Report (ETWR). If the extra time is excessive, unnecessary, or there is no ETWR prepared, the extra time will not be approved.

We don't cheat anyone out of legitamate and reasonable extra time spent to help customers or make the place right for the next shift, but we won't accept needless padding of extra work time.

Discipline Procedures

We prefer to give an opportunity to correct behavior as follows. However depending on the severity of the issue, we may implement any one or more of these procedures or may move directly to discharge.

About Your Training

During training we expect:

  1. That you will not be late to arrive, or absent, during any of the training days. If you are late, or absent, during training, it will be cause to end your training (employment) without further warning.
  2. That you listen more than you talk.
  3. That you stay right at your trainer's side every step of the way.
  4. That you will put 100% effort into learning the job.
  5. That you make progress every day toward being able to do the job at a satisfactory level by the end of the training period.
  6. If you fail to catch on sufficiently, we will at any point in the training period, assume that you are not performing to the best of your ability, which will be cause for us to end your training without further warning.

It takes time to learn and get used to a new job. Don't give up!

Wages and Tips During Training

The training wage is the current minimum wage. While you will be collecting tips from tables as you learn the job, the tips are not yours. Even if a customer says "here this tip is for you", it's not. Just say thank you and put the tip into the tip pool container. After you have fully completed your training you will share fully in the tips.

Post Training

Please don't waste your time and ours going through training and then quitting because the job isn't exactly as you expected. Give the job a chance.

Pay and Benefits

About Your Pay

Pay Periods

Each week is a unique and separate pay period that begins on Monday and ends on Sunday.

Image of Pay Day ChartPay Days

Pay Day is every other Monday. The chart here is a schedule of pay days and what pay periods each pay day covers.

Your First Paycheck

The amount of time you wait for your first paycheck, will depend on when in the pay cycle your first day was. Refer to the chart here looking at what payday your first day of work occurred in. Keep in mind that your first check and possibly even your second check will not likely include two full weeks of off-training wages and tips.

Bank Holidays*

On Federal Reserve Bank Holidays, pay day is shifted to Tuesday. These are noted on the chart here.

Direct Deposit

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To Your Bank Account

Either a checking or savings account at an actual physical bank.

To Rapid! Pay Card

If you have no bank account, or perhaps you just prefer a debit card, we will issue the "Rapid! Pay Card". The rapid! PayCard can be used at millions of ATMs and merchant locations worldwide wherever Debit Mastercard or Visa cards are accepted.

Card Activation

Call Customer Support 1.877.380.0980 to activate your card. You may also request an upgrade to a personalized card with your name embossed on it at no additional cost. Alternatively, install the Rapid Access app from the Android or Apple store. Once in the app, touch "Activate New Card".

Using Your Card

Get cash from your card without incurring fees by using an affiliated ATM. ATM Locator click here. Or, use your card without fees as you would a credit or debit card at any merchant that accepts cards.

If You Loose Your Card

See your manager for a new card, then call the number on the back to have your funds switched to the replacement card.

Rapid Card Questions

Call the number on the back of your card or click here.

Hours or Pay Questions?

Need Pay Stubs?

A gross earnings report will satisfy most paystub or earnings requests from landlords, lenders, or agencies. Ask the manager to print one for you. Alternatively:

Online Earnings Information

Your paycheck information including current and historical earnings, deductions, taxes, and net pay, is available online as follows.

Web

Register your account: Your username consists of your first and last name, no space, for example, johnsmith. Your initial password is the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. Upon first log in, you will be required to set a new password. Click here to register or use after registration.

App Image of HCMToGo App Logo

After you have registered on the web page above, you can view your paycheck information via a phone app called "HCMToGo". Install it for Android or Apple smartphones.You'll need your username, the new password you set above, and our payroll "short name" which is 7417.

Forgot Your Password: If you have forgotten your password reset it from the web page, click here, then click "Forgot your password?"

Locked Out?

If you are locked out, submit a request by clicking here.

Tips and Tip Reporting

Tip Pool

We pool tips because of the teamwork approach we use in serving, cooking, stocking, cleaning and dishes in a small and open restaurant environment.

Tip Reporting

Tips must be reported daily on the POS system as you clock out.

How Much to Report?

By law, 100% of the tips you recieve must be reported. Downplaying your tip reporting is a violation of IRS regulations and therefore against the law.

Reporting Accurately is to Your Advantage

Track Your TipsImage of Server Life App Logo and Hours

We encourage you to track your tips and hours every time you work. If you do, you can divide the by the hours worked to see how much per hour you're making.

Tracking on paper is good or there is this handy app called "Server Life" click here which really makes it easy.

Important Pay Definitions

Click below to learn about the following:

Reviews & Raises

Periodically the manager will prepare a formal performance review. We pay a generous starting wage, and as such your first raise will be considered at one year of employment. Raises are based on the criteira shown below. Any one factor, especially Attendance and Integrity areas, can disqualify you for a raise.

Review

Advancement Opportunities

We encourage you to take advantage of opportunities. Indicate your interest to the manager or call Tom Aldridge directly at (414) 271-5050.

Vacation Policy - Paid Vacation

We offer vacations with pay to all employees, full and part time, after one year of employment. After three years, the vacation time and pay is increased to two weeks. Just prior to each year, you will be notified as to your vacation eligibility and the amount of your vacation pay. You'll have a year in which to schedule and take your vacation. Vacations must be requested in writing not less than (30) days in advance. A Vacation Request form is posted. The Company reserves the right to approve the scheduling of vacation.

Each week of vacation pay is the average of your prior 52 weeks base hourly earnings or salary without tips, surcharges, bonuses, or other compensation. Vacation time and pay does not accrue, and in order to receive vacation pay, you must be employed at the time of payment. Upon separation of employment, regardless of reason, all remaining vacation time and vacation pay is forfeited. Vacation time and the pay will not carry over from one anniversary year to another. Vacation pay cannot be taken instead of vacation time.

If during the first year of employment, you desire to have a vacation, it may be granted on an unpaid basis subject to scheduling and others vacation needs. The number of days taken, will be added to your employment start date for purposes of future vacation and raise eligibility.

Webb Bucks

Image of Webb Buck Everyone likes to be appreciated for their efforts. Webb Bucks may be issued for excellent performance or going out of your way to help in an extra way, and may be redeemed for employee meals or uniforms. Also, employees receive $20 in Webb Bucks for their Birthday, and $20 in Webb Bucks for their employment anniversary.

Group Benefits

The company offers:

Leaves of Absence

The company complies with all mandated leaves of absence including Family/Medical Leave (FMLA) and Military Leave. We also offer voluntarily leaves such as Funeral Leave; Disability/Medical Leave; and Non-medical Leave. The specifics including a form to request a leave of absence is available here.

Separation of Employment

Resignation

Employees are free to resign for any reason, with or without notice, just as the company is free to terminate your employment.

Giving Notice

Everyone gets frustrated and feels like quitting at times, but acting on that impulse will only hurt you in the long run. Before you resign see your manager. If all else fails, we ask for a two week notice which is for you to find a backup plan and for us to find a replacement.

Severance Pay

If you have been employed for at least six months and give a two (2) week notice, you can receive up to $200 severance pay. (Prorated based to 40 hours and contingent on full attendance and acceptable work performance during the notice period.)

Rehire eligibility depends on how you conducted yourself at work, and the way in which you quit.

Final Pay

On separation of employment, whether due to a quit or discharge, per company policy and state labor regulations, your final pay will be provided to you via direct deposit on the next regularly scheduled pay day, not earlier.

Acknowledgment of Handbook

Please acknowledge click here.

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