FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question #1: May I purchase additional Uniform shirts?
Answer: No, Uniform shirts are company property and are not for purchase.
Question #2: May I keep my Uniforms when the season is over?
Answer: No, all uniforms must be returned to the company. This includes ID badge.
Uniforms are not to be worn out side of work.
Question #1: Do I have to wear the shoes you provide?
Answer: We care about our employees and in the interest of safety we provide Food and Beverage Employees with slip resistant shoes that must be worn while working. These shoes should not be worn out side of work as they are part of your uniform.
Question #2: What if I leave my shoes at home, can I get another pair?
Answer: You will not be given another pair of shoes because you left yours at home. You may purchase a 2nd pair at the catalog listed price. Please see HR.
Question #1: What are the Holidays that are covered under the leave policy?
Answer: We are open for business 365 days a year. Our facility operates on all holidays and employees may be expected to work on any of these days. You will receive normal compensation for all hours worked.
Question #2: What if I need to take off for something?
Answer: Discuss with your manager before the weekly schedule is made if you are requesting time off .
Question #1: What if I don't have a bank account for direct deposit?
Answer: You will need some sort of account to deposit your check to. There are options available such as savings accounts and payroll cards.
Question #2: When will I get paid?
Answer: Hourly personnel receive their checks Bi-Weekly on Friday. (see payroll calendar below)
For Questions about Payroll please see the Employee Guide on the home page.
When is my final payday
If you are no longer working, your Direct Deposit will be stopped and you will need to pick up your final check at Payroll. You must turn in all company property to receive your final check.
Full time -Part time - Temporary
Your employment classification is decided by your department manager and the annual budget and available positions. Your status is not defined by the number of hours you may, or may not, work in any given work week.
EMPLOYEE ID / TIME CARD
Your Employee ID/Time card is Company property and must be returned upon employment end. Replacement cards must be paid for in the cash control office and a receipt brought to HR to have one printed. It is every employees responsibility to keep up with their ID.
Benefits are available to employees classified as full time, on the first day of the month, after your 60 day introductory period. Full time equivalent employees will be notified by HR when you have reached that determination. Benefits information is found on the Benefits page. Contact the Benefits coordinator for details on the options and the coverage available.