You've got the job! What's next?
EXPECTATIONS ON THE JOB SITE
In the last couple of issues we talked about job interviews, and how best to prepare for them. But what happens when you get the job? This issue we have some tips on how to put your best foot forward.
(We also have included a printable info sheet for you to use) Click here to download.
When you are referred to work through ASWA; you will be provided with:
- the name of the Employer
- the work location
- the hours of work
- the rate of pay
Arrive on time!
Reporting to work at the time requested is really important. Employers are busy managing their projects and workload. When workers arrive late or not at all, it throws off schedules and makes people grumpy. Being reliable and punctual is what gets the job done.
If reliable transportation is a problem on a given day, the responsible thing to do is let your supervisor know whatâ€™s going on, while you are figuring out a solution.
Doing a good job
You are a partner to your employer in their business, helping them and your crew to get through the dayâ€™s work. When ASWA Members do a good job, exercising a positive and helpful attitude, that leads to more work opportunities for all of our Members, including you.