We strictly prohibit any employee from being under the influence of any legal (unless prescribed) or illegal drug or alcohol while on our premises or on the premises of any of our clients. The solicitation, possession, use or sale of narcotics or other illegal drug or alcohol is forbidden.
Doing any of these things on site will result in termination.
Criminal Background Check
STSS Inc. conducts criminal background checks. However, a criminal background does not automatically mean that you will be excluded from employment.
Safety and preventing accidents are very important to STSS Inc. Following are our policies regarding workplace safety and Accident/Injuries:
- Always maintain good housekeeping in your work area.
- Always be alert to potential hazards to yourself or your fellow workers.
- Wear all required personal and protective safety equipment.
- Never perform a task unless you are trained to do so and are aware of potential hazards.
- Report all unsafe conditions to your supervisor and STSS Inc.
- Obey all safety signs and tags.
- Always perform your job in a safe and proper manner.
- Appropriate clothing and shoes must always be worn. See the “How to dress for your shift” for more information.
- Locate and make yourself aware of any and all hazardous chemicals or materials you work around. You have a right to know this.
- In the event of an accident or injury Inform STSS Inc. and we will get in touch with you and the client about reporting procedures.
- Your signature on your time sheet confirms that you have not sustained an accident or injury while on the job.
- If you are on a shift that differs from where STSS Inc. sent you to work notify STSS Inc. immediately.
- You are an employee of STSS Inc. and only you or STSS Inc. can terminate your employment. When a shift ends, you must notify STSS Inc. of your availability for another job assignment. Failure to do so or refusal of a shift will indicate that you have voluntarily quit and will prevent your ability to claim unemployment benefits.
- You are to complete all shifts you accept. If you have a problem with a shift, notify the office immediately. If you walk off a job, fail to complete a shift or no call/no show, it will be assumed you have voluntarily quit and you will be paid at the federal minimum wage for the hours you worked.
Here are examples of things that will lead to disciplinary action up to, and including, termination:
- Failure to observe safety rules
- Refusal to perform your job
- Possession of an intoxicant
- Sexual Harassment
- Possession of weapons