We pay our employees weekly for hours worked the previous week. Simply deliver your completed timecard to your local CLP office by 8 a.m. Monday; your paycheck for that week will be available for you to pick up the following Friday.
If you prefer, we also offer direct deposit of your weekly paycheck into your bank account or onto a RAPID! paycard.
Daily payroll is not an available option at CLP.
Timecards are the record that you appeared for work each day of your assignment. The supervisor’s signature is required on your timecard so that we can verify the accuracy of the hours worked by each employee and the hours billed to our customer. When it comes to getting paid, the most important thing to remember is this:
We will only pay you when your timecard is properly and thoroughly filled out and signed by your jobsite supervisor. No exceptions.
To ensure you’re paid accurately for each CLP assignment, remember to call your office immediately if the customer you’re working for asks you to move to a new jobsite.
A number of states require employers to allow employees to take periodic breaks for meals and breaks. The number and timing of breaks generally depends on the number of hours worked. We work with each of our customers to make sure we comply with the break laws. Please discuss details of your state’s break laws with your local CLP office.
You are paid for all hours you work. You are entitled, therefore, to overtime pay as specified by federal and state law. Overtime pay is figured at 1-1/2 times your regular hourly wage. Double time (2 times your regular hourly wage) is paid where applicable. Please ask your CLP office for details. If you’re asked to work more than 10 hours in a day, contact your CLP office.
You will receive 1-1/2 times your regular hourly wage for work on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
You will receive minimum pay in the following circumstances:
If a job is cancelled by a customer and we’re unable to reach you before you arrive on the jobsite, you will be paid for two (2) hours of show-up time or paid according to applicable state laws. You must call CLP before you leave the jobsite to be eligible for show-up time pay.