Q: How do I find a job through TLC?
A: You may search and apply for Job Openings online, call our local office, or stop in our local office.
Q: How do I find a local office?
A: You can find a local office by clicking Office Locator and entering the zip code of the area you live in.
Q: How do I apply for a job with TLC?
A: If you are located in or near a city with a TLC office, applying for a job is easy. Simply call our local office or show up in person on any working day of the week and fill out the required paperwork. Be sure to bring documents that establish both your identity as well as your employment eligibility, as outlined in the List of Acceptable Documents (last page of Form I-9), as required by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. All employees, citizens and non-citizens, hired after November 6, 1986, must complete Section 1 of the Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9) Form at the time of hire.
Q: What documents do I need to bring to apply?
A: Please see the List of Acceptable Documents on page 5 of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification form located at http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf
Q: What kind of work do you have available?
A: Primarily, we specialize in areas from light industrial general labor to skilled positions in the same industries. Â Most of the assignments are sorting, assembly, packing, manufacturing, distribution, loading and unloading trucks and construction, but we actively recruit for skilled and management positions for our clients.Â Most of the skilled positions are on the job openings page and are temp to hire, contract, or permanent placement positions.
Q: When does your office open?
A: Most of our offices open for first shift around 5:00 am Monday â€“ Saturday. Contact your local office to get exact times.
Q: What time should I arrive at the office?
A:Â We encourage all of our workers to arrive at the office early enough to allow adequate time to properly assign the individual to the assignment. Most of our offices open at 5:00 am; however, please refer to your local branch for specific times as shift times vary.
Q: How should I dress?
A:Â AsÂ the requirements are different for each job, it truly depends on your assignment. Because our jobs are primarily industrial in nature, dress appropriately for an industrial environment, keeping in mind the physical nature of the position you are seeking. Â Its not a bad idea for first time applicants to wear long pants, long shirt and work boots (steel-toe if you have them). If you have safety glasses and work gloves, have those in your possession.
Q: What is I don’t have the right safety equipment for the job?
A: We will ensure that you possess the appropriate equipment for your job.
Q: How much can I expect to make?
A: It depends on your assignment as the requirements and pay are different for each job. We have jobs ranging from minimum wage up.
Q: When will I receive my paycheck?
A: If you are working the current week, all employees are paid the following week.
Q: How am I paid?
A: Every employee is paid either through direct deposit, their own paycard, or an issued paycard.
Q: How does the overtime work?
A: We pay overtime on all hours worked over 40 that were accumulated in a single work week. Everyone’s week to date hours start on Monday morning at 12:01 a.m. and go through Sunday night at midnight.
Q: Do you have work available on the weekends?
A: YES. We work seven days a week 365 days a year. If there is a job going out we are here to dispatch it. There is plenty of work for 1st shift on Saturday. Saturday morning is generally as busy as any day during the week. We try to advertise the weekend assignments on the announcement board in the lobby by or before 12:00 on Friday. If there is nothing posted about weekend work, please ask one of the staff about the availability of weekend work.
Q: Will you provide safety training?
A: YES. TLC will provide all required safety training.
Q: How am I assigned a position?
A: It will depend on your personal skill set, your experience outside and within our company, your interview, your presentation, etc.
Q: What if I don’t like the job I’m on?
A: Finish out your work day and then ask us to put you out somewhere else. NEVER WALK OFF A JOB! Â Communication is critical. Â Notify a supervisor or manager if you are sick or have a safety concern as well as call in to your local office. Simply walking off the job without any communication could lead to your termination. We understand that every job isn’t for everyone. Â We can work to find you another.
Q: What if I need to leave the job?
A:Â NEVER WALK OFF A JOB! Â Communication is critical. Â Notify a supervisor or manager if you are sick or have a safety concern as well as call in to your local office. Simply walking off the job without any communication could lead to your termination. We understand that every job isn’t for everyone. Â We can work to find you another.
Q: What if I get sick?
A: Call and let us know as early as possible that you will not be able to make it in that day. If you have been instructed by us or your supervisor to notify them of your absence, then do the same with them as well.
Q: Is there a referral bonus?
A: Sometimes we will offer a referral bonus if you give us a sales lead. Contact your local sales representative or branch manager for details.
Q: What happens when my job assignment is cancelled?
A: It is your responsibility to report in to TLC and make yourself available for another assignment. If no other assignments are available, you can, at your discretion, continue to sign up at the TLC offices until work assignments become available.