Presentation on theme: "Chautauqua Works Summer Youth Employment Program"— Presentation transcript:
1 Chautauqua Works Summer Youth Employment Program Logistics Work Shop
2 Labor LawAll minors under the age of 18 must have working papers, the employer holds the certificate until the employee’s employment is terminated. Chautauqua Works will return the working paper’s at the end of the summer by mail. If termination occurs before the end of the summer, the employee can make arrangements with their Retention Specialist to pick up their working papers.If anyone has a birthday while they are employed, they will need to obtain new working papers and submit them to Chautauqua Works before reporting to work after their birthday.
3 Labor Law Working paper applications are given at the school. If between the ages of 16 and 18 there are certain hours you can work depending on whether school is in session or not in session. (refer to booklet)Everyone must take and document a half hour break if working over 6 hours in a day.Everyone must be paid at least the minimum wage.
4 Payroll OptionsPaychecks will be mailed to your home address bi-weekly the following Friday after turning in your timesheet (because they are mailed on Friday, you may not receive them for up to five days depending on the postal service). If you do not receive your paycheck please contact your Retention Specialist.If you have a bank account, paychecks can be directly deposited in your bank account on Friday mornings and can be accessed the same day (which saves you from waiting for your paycheck to come in the mail).
5 Direct DepositTo partake in Direct Deposit, you will need to complete a direct deposit form, which you can get from your Retention Specialist and a deposit ticket from your bank with your bank account number on it ,OR a VOIDED check with your bank account number on it.
6 Address ChangesPaychecks are mailed directly to your house, therefore it is necessary that if you have an address change, you notify your Retention Specialist right away.Also notify Chautauqua Works of any address changes after the program ends because we mail W-2’s out in January and we want to ensure that everyone receives those in a timely manner.
8 Timesheets Should be completed bi-weekly (every two weeks) Must be signed by employee and employerShould be kept at place of employment at all timesShould be given bi-weekly to your Retention SpecialistMust write legibly to be paid correctly
9 TimesheetsIf work over 6 hours, you must take and document a half hour breakIf you work over 6 hours and your employer is not giving you a half hour break, please notify your Retention SpecialistNo overtime is allowedIf you need a new timesheet contact your Retention Specialist
10 When life happens…Call your Retention Specialist & your Work Site Supervisor as soon as possible when:You can’t make it to work due to illnessYou will be lateDiscuss your vacation plans with your Work Site Supervisor & Retention Specialist – ask permission for vacation as soon as possible
11 End of Summer Bonuses Perfect Attendance = $50 Successful Program Completion = $25
12 What should you do when filling out your timesheet? Review QuestionsWhat should you do when filling out your timesheet?Take and document your half hour break if you work over six hoursAdd correctlyWrite legibly/neatlyHave all correct signatures before handing it inCheck it overGive to your Retention Specialist
13 Review Questions How many signatures do you need on your timesheet? Yours & Your Supervisors