The following terms and conditions will apply to your employment with Volt Workforce Solutions, a division of Volt Management Corp. (hereinafter the “Company”), and any assignment to the Company’s customer(s) (called “Client(s)”):
AGREEMENT TO ARBITRATE DISPUTES: Any employment and/or employment termination related disputes and/or disputes arising out of or relating to the actions of the Company (or Company’s employees) and/or disputes arising out of or related to any assignment and/or termination of any assignment and/or arising out of or relating to the actions of the Client (or Client’s employees), shall be settled by final and binding arbitration, pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act, in accordance with the employment rules of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”), which can be found at www.adr.org or a copy of the AAA rules can be provided to Employee upon Employee’s request to the Company at the time of hire. The arbitrator may award any and all remedies in accordance with the laws of the state where Employee was last employed with the Company. The award shall be in writing, signed by the arbitrator, and shall provide the reasons for the award. Judgment upon the arbitrator’s award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. The Company and Employee hereby waive our respective rights to trial by jury of any cause of action or defense that each may have against the other or against any Client. This agreement to arbitrate disputes does not prevent Employee from filing a charge or claim with any governmental administrative agency as permitted by applicable law.
Employee represents that all answers provided on Volt’s employment application and information presented on Employee’s resume is true and correct. Employee authorizes the Company to investigate and verify all such information furnished by Employee, including education, employment history and references. Employee agrees that any misrepresentation of any fact supplied by Employee is cause for immediate termination of Employee’s employment and/or assignment.
Company seeks job assignments with Clients for which Employee is qualified, conditioned upon Employee’s proper completion of Company’s new hire paperwork and processes. Employee will start earning wages for performing actual work on assignment for a Client, only after a suitable assignment position has been offered to Employee and Employee has accepted.
Employee understands and agrees that upon completion of each assignment with Company, Employee must contact Company’s branch by e-mail, telephone or in person within five (5) business days. Failure to contact the branch for additional work may affect Employee’s eligibility for Unemployment Insurance Benefits. In some states, the failure to contact the branch as specified may be deemed as a voluntary quit. Employee may receive separate and/or additional reporting instructions in accordance with applicable state law.
- Employee will be enlisted for employment by Company as eligible for temporary assignments at Client(s).
- Employee agrees to comply with Client’s instructions and rules while on assignment with the Client.
- Employee agrees not to accept employment directly or indirectly from a Client, including with Client’s customer to which Employee is assigned, for a period of ninety (90) days following completion of Employee’s assignment to such Client.
- AT WILL – Either Employee or Company may terminate Employee’s employment and/or any assignment “at will” at any time, with or without cause.
- Employee’s job description and compensation will be determined at the time of each assignment.
- All equipment, files, software programs, records, drawings, specifications and documents of any nature whatsoever, electronic and/or hard copy, whether prepared by Employee or otherwise coming into Employee’s possession while on assignment, are and shall remain the exclusive property of the Company or Client. None of these items can be used or retained by Employee except as required in the course of the employment assignment with the Company. Employee agrees that at the termination of each assignment or at the request of Company, all items in Employee’s possession shall be returned to Company or Client.
- While on assignment Employee may have access to and/or become acquainted with trade secrets, proprietary data and/or confidential information, including but not limited to, formulas, patterns, ideas, devices, processes, software programs, finances, compilations and documentation about any Company, Client or their business activities or Client’s customer’s business activities (collectively “Confidential Information”), which is/are owned or used by the Company or Client. Employee agrees not to disclose to anyone and/or use Confidential Information, in any way, except as required in the course of the employment assignment.