Follow all the client rules.

A positive attitude will bring you enjoyment and success with each assignment.

Getting off to a good start

When you arrive at a new assignment, the client’ s staff will appreciate your ability to get right to work. These suggestions will help smooth the way.

Dress Appropriately

Your ASI Staffing Manager will tell you what you should wear for each assignment. Always be neat and clean.

Be Punctual

Arrive on time for all assignments you accept. On the first day of an assignment, arrive early to find your work location and get settled before your assignment starts. Notify your ASI Staffing Manager immediately if you are going to be late. If an emergency prevents you from reporting to your assignment, you must notify ASI immediately.

Communicate with your ASI Staffing manager

Report any changes in the type of work you are doing to your ASI Staffing Manager immediately!

Complete the assignment

Call your ASI office at the completion of every assignment. Failure to notify your Staffing Manager of the completion of an assignment will be considered job abandonment, and unemployment benefits may be denied.

If the client supervisor compliments your work, suggest that you be requested by name when the next need arises. ASI always tries to fill such requests.(Never leave your telephone number with the client company. Tell them you can be contacted through the ASI office.)

If the client has questions about ASI’s policies, refer them to ASI. Do not answer policy questions yourself.

How we get your hours

ASI Associate Staffing will instruct you to either sign/swipe/punch in and out at your assignment. If you are using a swipe/punch card or signing in, it is your responsibility to ensure that this is done daily . This is necessary before we can issue your pay. Please supply your Staffing Manager with a void cheque for direct deposit.

Safety Procedures

Each ASI associate has the duty to comply with the health and safety rules for ASI Staffing Services and its client companies. The following are basic safety procedures that should be observed:

  1. Follow instructions, and don’ t take chances. If you don’t know the rule or proper procedure, ask your client supervisor!
  2. Report unsafe conditions immediately to your client supervisor and ASI Staffing Manager.
  3. Use all prescribed personal protective equipment, and wear the appropriate clothing for the job.
  4. Report all accidents, and get first aid immediately for all injuries.
  5. Use, adjust, and repair equipment only when authorized.
  6. Use the proper tool for the job, and use it correctly
  7. If lifting is part of your assignment, bend at the knees. Get help with heavy loads.
  8. Be professional at all times.
  9. Maintain good housekeeping throughout your job area.
  10. Use only machines or equipment for which you are qualified.

WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) …Your Right to Know

WHMIS, or ” The Right to Know” , is a system designed to provide vital information to employees about hazardous materials in the workplace. It applies by law to every workplace you might work in. Under this system, the client company should:

  1. Advise you of any operations where you will be working that involve hazardous chemicals.
  2. Advise you if your work will involve exposure to hazardous chemicals and train you about the following:
    • Detecting the presence or release of hazardous chemicals.
    • Physical and health hazards of hazardous chemicals in the work area.
    • Protecting yourself through work practices, emergency procedures and personal protective equipment.
    • Details about the Hazard Communication program. This should include an explanation of the labeling system, material safety data sheets, and instruction about how to obtain and use hazard information.

If you have questions or concerns about WHMIS issues, talk to either your ASI Staffing Manager or the Workplace Supervisor. You have the right to know.

Commonly Asked Questions

How are assignments made?

When a client company requires a employee for a position they will notify ASI with all of the details of that position. If you accept an assignment, we give you all the necessary information about the job: job description, company name, address, supervisor, job number, hours, length of assignment, and any other details to make you prepared for your assignment.

Must I accept every assignment?

No. Flexibility is one advantage of being a associate. But, once you accept an assignment, we are depending on you to complete the assignment.

Do I pay any fees to ASI Associate Staffing Inc.?

No. Associates are never charged fees for any assignment

What if I am injured on the job?

Advise your client supervisor, and call your ASI Associate Staffing Inc. office as soon as possible.

How long are assignments?

Assignments vary from hours to weeks to even months. When the assignment is made, the length usually will be known. If you are not available for the length of the assignment, please do not accept the job.

How often can I Work?

This depends on your skills, availability, willingness, and the excellence of your work. We make every attempt to keep our associates as busy as they wish be. However, ASI Associate Staffing Inc. does not guarantee any certain number of hours.

What if the client company wants me to go on their payroll?

Just have the client company call your ASI Associate Staffing Inc. Coordinator and we will handle all the necessary details.

When should I call the client company?

Never. Always work through your ASI Associate Staffing Inc. Coordinator.

When should I call ASI?

You should call your ASI Associate Staffing Manager:

  • When you are available for work. We send those associates first who have expressed interest, willingness, and eagerness to work.
  • If there is any change in your job description or additional skill demands on a job.
  • When you’ re going to be late or need directions to the work location.
  • When an assignment is extended.
  • When any major problem arises on the job.
  • If the company asks you to go on its payroll.
  • When you complete an assignment.
  • Changes for your telephone, address or name.
  • If you have any questions. We’ re glad to hear from you!