We have compiled employee resources within the sections below. If you have any questions about the information provided, please contact HR@solidpersonnel.com.
About the novel coronavirus (COVID-19 or coronavirus) COVID-19:
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19 or coronavirus) has been designated as a worldwide Pandemic. It is spread by air and touch/person-to-person.
How the virus is spread:
- The virus is spread through an infected person sneezing or coughing and another person taking the virus into their body through nose or mouth
- People contract the virus through
- By breathing – inhaling infected air
- By touch – nose or mouth being touched by one’s own or another’s infected hand(s)
Symptoms of the virus include:
- Dry sore throat
- Difficulty breathing,
Who is at risk:
Everyone is at risk of contracting the virus. Those at highest risk are:
- Older adults
- Those with chronic medical conditions
- People with Heart disease
- People with Diabetes
- People with Lung disease (including asthma)
What to do:
- Current preventative measures include:
- Wear all Personal Protective Equipment while working
- Cover your mouth when you sneeze or cough
- Frequently washing your hands with soap & water both at work and outside of work
- Use alcohol-based sanitizer if soap & water is not available
- Keep your work area clean
- Keep your home clean
- Avoid touching your face, nose and mouth
- Stay away from large group areas
- Limit close contact with others – social distancing – six (6) feet from others
- Avoid non-essential travel
- Stay home as much as possible
- Limit trips outside of your home
If you begin to experience any of the above symptoms:
- Stay home
- Notify your foreman, recruiter or employer directly
- Rest well, drink plenty of fluids and eat a healthy diet
- Contact your doctor if symptoms worsen
If you know you have been exposed to the virus: even if you do not have any symptoms:
- Notify your foreman, recruiter or employer
- Contact your physician or community clinic immediately and follow their directions.
You may be:
- Tested for the virus
- Asked to stay home and self-quarantine
- Required to quarantine
On a daily basis, please review the following questions:
- Have you, or anyone in your family, been in contact with a person that has tested positive for COVID-19?
- Have you, or anyone in your family, been in contact with a person that is in the process of being tested for COVID-19?
- Have you, or anyone in your immediate family, traveled outside of the USA within the last two (2) weeks?
- Are you having trouble breathing, have a dry cough, or have flu like symptoms?
Per CDC recommendations, if any answer is “yes”, please leave the jobsite immediately and do not return to the jobsite without a doctor’s letter verifying “OK to return to work” status.
Observing good hygiene, social distancing and staying away from large groups will help minimize your exposure to the virus.
Eating well, drinking water and getting good rest will help your body’s immune system fight any infection should you be exposed to it. All of these will help you, your family and friends and help the hospitals and medical personnel to help others who are sick. If you have any questions or concerns please call or text your recruiter or call the company office at 510-370-3550. Thank you for your help in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and all illnesses and for your understanding and cooperation.
Solid Personnel, Inc. has adopted the Solid Personnel Retirement Plan (the “Plan”) to help its employees save for retirement. If you are an employee of Solid Personnel, Inc., you may be entitled to participate in the Plan, provided you satisfy the conditions for participation as described in this Summary Plan Description.
Minimum Age and Service Requirements
In order to participate in the Plan, you must satisfy certain age and service conditions under the Plan.
Minimum age requirement
In order to participate in the Plan you must be at least age 21.
Minimum service requirement
In order to participate in the Plan, you must complete at least 1000 hours of service during your first 12 months of employment. If you do not work at least 1000 hours during your first 12 months of employment, you will satisfy the Plan’s minimum service requirement once you have completed a Year of Service. In determining whether you complete the required hours of service, you must be employed continuously during the first 12 months of employment.
Definition of Year of Service: For this purpose, you will earn a Year of Service if you work at least 1000 hours for us during the 12-month period immediately following your date of hire. If you do not work at least 1000 hours during the 12-month period immediately following your date of hire, you will earn a Year of Service if you work at least 1000 hours during any Plan Year beginning after your date of hire. In determining whether you have satisfied the Plan’s service requirements, we will count the actual hours of service you work for us. In determining whether you have a Year of Service, you need not be employed continuously throughout the 12-month measuring period. You will be eligible to participate in the Plan as of the first Entry Date based on when you satisfy the minimum age and service requirements.
Once you have satisfied the eligibility conditions described above, you will be eligible to participate under the Plan on your Entry Date. For this purpose, your Entry Date is the first January 1 or July 1 coinciding with or next following the date you satisfy the eligibility conditions described above. For example, if you satisfy the Plan’s eligibility conditions on April 12, you will be eligible to enter the Plan on the following July 1. If on the other hand, you satisfy the eligibility conditions on November 12, you will be eligible to enter the Plan on the following January 1.
Eligibility for Safe Harbor Matching Contributions
To be eligible to receive a Safe Harbor Matching Contribution, the same minimum age and service conditions apply. If you make Salary Deferrals to the Plan, you will be eligible to receive a Safe Harbor Matching Contribution equal to 100% of the amount you contribute to the Plan for each payroll period up to 4% of Plan Compensation.
Please contact our HR Department at 510-370-3550 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional plan documentation and full details.
Please use this form for all expenses incurred while on a job assignment. Reimbursement may cover your parking costs, mileage, materials purchased on behalf of a client, bridge tolls, etc. You may discuss expense eligibility with your recruiter before submitting this form.
Please also remember to submit a receipt for all purchases.
Depending on the state you reside in, in addition to completing a W-4 Form to withhold federal taxes from your paycheck, you may need to complete a state withholding form. California and Arizona have specific state withholding forms, please see below:
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
COVID-19 Job Site Safety
Chemical Safety and Hazard Communication
Construction Fall Protection
If you have any questions please contact HR Support Blanca Romero at 510-370-3550 or send an email to email@example.com.
Please click on link below to begin our Anti-Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation training video.
You will need to enter the PASSCODE. It was sent to you by your recruiter and located on the SOLID Personnel’s Anti-Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation Policy paperwork.
From this secure site you will be able to access your payroll history, payroll check stubs, and ACH advices, view your position details and update some of your personal information. A valid email address and Internet connection is required to use this service.