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Mill Helper

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Job Details
Job Order Number
Company Name
Browder and Sons
Physical Address
550 E. Front St. S
Thomasville, AL 36784
Job Description

10 temp labor hands/mill helpers, 4/1/2020 to 9/30/2020, Browder & Sons Veneer, Thomasville, AL. Perform routine tasks under close supervision and receive specific instructions on required tasks and expected results. Help production workers by performing duties requiring less skill than production workers. Duties include: supply or hold materials or tools, clean production area and equipment at end of day, operate power lawn tools, assist in grounds or building maintenance as needed, assist in staking veneer, other duties as assigned. No education or prior work experience required, training provided. Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds, have good vision, good dexterity, and be able to stand during work shift. Employer will offer 40 hours of work per week, Monday-Friday, with possibility of overtime, ¾ workday guarantee. $12.79/hour. Housing available and deducted from pay at $40/person per week. Employer makes all deductions as required by state and federal law. Interviews may be conducted by phone if potential employee cannot appear in person.

Additional information:

Only workers meeting the qualifications in the job order should be referred. The employer will consider the worker based upon whether the worker meets the qualifications and experience in the job order and is willing, able and available to work. The employer will report the results in a recruitment report submitted to the U.S. Department of Labor.

Applicants referred on this job order must provide appropriate documentation for verification of identity and U.S. work authorization as required on Form I-9.

Employer is an equal opportunity employer and agrees to comply with assurances of 20 CFR 655.20. All terms and conditions included in this job order will apply to all workers, domestic and foreign, employed under this job order. Employer will comply with applicable laws, including Federal and State minimum wage, child labor, social security, health and safety and employment related laws.

Worker must be able to perform all duties within job description in safe manner adhering to all established safety guidelines, practices and procedures.

Employer provides instructions and general supervision. Worker must conform to specific instructions given for each day’s work.

Employer will provide all tools, supplies and equipment necessary for the job duties at no cost to the worker.

Worker must wear proper clothing and footwear for conditions and all footwear must be closed-toe.

No visitors are allowed on work premises, with exception of worker housing, without Employer permission. Visitors must check in at office.

Unless excused in advance, worker is expected to work all scheduled hours of all scheduled days. Unexcused tardiness is treated as an unexcused absence.

Employer may terminate or discipline the worker for lawful job-related reasons, including if the worker: Malingers or refuses without justifiable cause to perform the work as directed or for which the worker was recruited and hired; Commits serious act(s) of misconduct; Abandons employment; Provides false information or fraudulent documents; Falsifies personnel, production or other work related records; or Commits an act of insubordination (defined as a failure to obey Employer’s directions or policies and procedures).

Employer guarantees to offer workers employment for at least ¾ of the total daily work hours during which the work order is in effect, beginning with the first work day after the arrival of the workers at the place of employment and ending on the termination date of the work order in compliance with 20 CFR § 655.20(f).

Consistent with 20 CFR § 655.20(j) following are terms and conditions of transportation and related subsistence benefit provided:
Employer will reimburse reasonable costs of transportation by most economical and reasonable common carrier and daily subsistence and lodging during transportation for distant worker to travel from place of recruitment to place of work after 1/2 contract completion. Employer may advance any amount owed no later than first workweek.
If the worker completes the work contract period, or is terminated without cause, Employer will pay reasonable costs of return transportation by most economical and reasonable common carrier and daily subsistence for distant worker to return to place of recruitment. If the worker will not be returning to the place of recruitment due to subsequent employment with another employer who agrees to pay such costs, then the Employer will pay for reasonable transportation to the next job.
Transportation will be by most economical and reasonable common carrier transportation charges for the distance involved as well as subsistence reimbursement as set by the Department of Labor.
Transportation benefit is calculated from departure place to employment place for foreign and domestic workers. Worker may choose means of inbound transportation at own liability and reimbursed as described above.

The employer will provide to any H-2B worker outside of the U.S. no later than the time at which the worker applies for the visa, or to a worker in corresponding employment no later than on the day work commences, a copy of the job order including any subsequent approved modifications. For an H-2B worker changing employment from an H-2B employer to a subsequent H-2B employer, the copy must be provided no later than the time an offer of employment is made by the subsequent H-2B employer. This document is translated into Spanish. If there are differences, the approved English version controls.

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