Crisp & Crisp, Inc
A Clearing and Grading company based in Robbinsville, NC.

Employee Benefits

Benefits Explanation

Starting Pay:__________________per hour (over 40 will be time + ½)

1.      Safety is of number 1 importance.

2.      C&C will pay 100% of employee’s health care insurance cost after 90 days. Family members can be added and cost for family members will be deducted from employees’ wages. Dental is also available.

3.      C&C pays for hotel cost. Project Foreman determines which hotel to be used.

4.      Employees will have a 1 week (40 hour) paid vacation after 1 year of employment.

5.      Employees that do not have any safety violations or accidents (traffic violations, not wearing PPE, loss of PPE, etc.) will receive a $70 safety bonus at the end of each month.

6.      Foreman have been asked to give formal warnings to employees that are not meeting expectations.  Forman will inform employee of the issue in which they are lacking in performance and then notify John or Jesse of the issue. Continuous warnings from foreman and/or safety man will result in employment termination. (excessive cell phone use, late for work, failure to follow orders, safety violation, etc.)

7.      Employee will be responsible for having composite toed boots before beginning work. C&C will reimburse employee $100 for first pair of boots only.

8.      Any charges on company credit card (other than fuel, ice and water) must be pre-approved by job foreman. (Motel, parts, tools, materials, etc.) (This rule does not apply to service men or any one hauling equipment between projects)

9.      All employees will be responsible for keeping a DOT medical card up to date. C&C will pay for cost of exam.

10.   All employees will be subject to a pre-hire drug test and random testing throughout year.

-Additional CDL monthly pay to employees

- Class B CDL (or Class A with restrictions) = $100 per month

- Class A CDL (no restrictions) = $250 per month

- Haz. Mat. Tanker = $300 per month

(failure to keep valid license and/or medical card will exempt employee from receiving pay)

(failure to stay in compliance with any new CDL rules and regulations will exempt employee from receiving pay)

-For non-CDL employees

-Time starts when employee arrives at C&C shop on first day of work week and when employee arrives at jobsite each day thereafter

-Time stops each day when you leave the jobsite except for the day your work week ends. On the day your work week ends you will be paid riding time for riding time over 3 hours on return home.

-Time does not stop for lunch break unless break exceeds 30 minutes. Anything over 30 min. for lunch break should be deducted from employee’s time.

 

-For CDL employees (Class B, Class A, or Haz. Mats.)

-Time starts when employee arrives at C&C shop on first day of work week and when employee arrives at jobsite each day thereafter.

- Time stops each day when you leave the jobsite except for the day your work week stops. On the day your work week stops you will be paid riding time for any riding time over 3 hours on return home (if driving a truck that requires CDL’s, time is paid anytime truck is in use)

-Time does not stop for lunch break unless break exceeds 30 minutes. Anything over 30 min. for lunch break should be deducted from employee’s time.

-For all Employees working in the field (employees working at C&C shop or office are exempt from per diem pay)

 (Foreman will take notes at morning pre-job meetings of motel rooming situation. Per diem will be adjusted as follows):

5-day work week projects (4 night per week maximum per diem)

-$50 per night if employee drives home as opposed to staying in hotel

-$20 per night for employee who fails to find a room mate

-$60 per night for employee who room with another employee

-$50 per night for odd man out, foreman, safety men, service men, any one hauling equipment between projects

7-day work week projects

-$50 per night if employee drives home as opposed to staying in hotel

-$70 per night for employee who fails to find a room mate

-$110 per night for employee who room with another employee

-$100 per night for odd man out, foreman, safety men, mechanics, any one hauling equipment between projects

 

-Per diem pay of $50 per night ($200 per week maximum or 4 nights) will apply to local projects in which the employee drives home as opposed to staying in hotel. However, no riding time will be paid for local projects. Time will start when employee arrives at job site and stop when employee leaves jobsite. (use of company trucks must be approved by site foreman)