FINAL INFO PAGE – Getting Started With Way To Go

NEW MILEAGE POLICY

Effective April 9, 2022, Way To Go Merchandising and Staffing is implementing a policy to pay employees Mileage Reimbursement for traveling to a job site (this does not include returning home from a job site). The new mileage reimbursement policy will replace the previous policy for Travel Per Diem.

Mileage Rates
Associates — $0.15 per mile
Supervisors — $0.25 per mile

Mileage is only paid in excess of 120 miles. For example, if employee drives 1,500 miles to a job site, then employee will be compensated for 1,380 miles times the applicable rate above.

MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT IS ONLY PAID AFTER THE EMPLOYEE ARRIVES AND WORKS A FULL SHIFT AT THE JOB SITE.

 

Check Your Current Assignment

Follow the instructions when you click on link.  If you are not currently assigned nothing will show up.

If you think you have been assigned and it’s not showing up, contact recruiting at (918) 820-3060

CHECK IN

This is also where you will be checking in while enroute to the project.  This needs to be done when you begin your travels, and at least twice daily.  This allows us to know you are traveling and we can make sure you are safe along the way. WE DON’T TRACK YOU, we simply know where you are when you check in.

ADP ONBOARDING

Getting Set Up With ADP Our Payroll Provider.

DO IT NOW!

Select New User? Get Started 

You will select FIND ME, enter phone or email, and you will get a message from ADP with a code asking you to confirm that it is you.

You will then complete the online onboarding forms for ADP.

Watch the video for instructions on how to complete Section One of I-9

 

 

COMPLETING PART 1 OF I9

There have been some issues with employees not being able to complete their I9 in the initial setup.

This short video explains how to go back in and make sure everything is complete, or if you’re not able to do it with the initial Welcome steps.

THE FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE MUST BE FILLED OUT PRIOR TO REPORTING FOR WORK

NEW PAY RATES (End of 2021 / 2022)

ATTENDANCE BONUS

GENERAL INFO (Please Review)

NO WALMART EQUIPMENT

WTG employees are not allowed to operate any Wal-Mart systems or power equipment (including, without limitation Balers, compactors, MC40’s, TC70’s, portable printers, registers, and SMART terminals). However, this prohibition shall not apply to all CADE training equipment.

DRESS CODE

 

  • When working on any Way To Go project, you will be wearing a Way To Go company t-shirt. Pants can be jeans, blue or black, or khaki pants. No holes, clean, and no writing on them or “fancy pants” or baggy pants. NO SHORTS
  • NO HATS
  • Closed toed shoes are required, no shorts, tank tops or any revealing or offensive clothing.
  • Name Badges and or Agency Issued ID must be present at all times.
  • No phones are allowed on the sales floor. (UNLESS ACCESSING VOLT INFO) If you’re caught on your phone during work you will be subject to immediate termination
  • No Wal-Mart Vests and or Name Badges are to be used by WTG employees
  • We are not to use any store employee break rooms unless specifically invited to do so on a store by store basis
  • Employee is required to wear steel toed boots at all times when at the job site (company will provide $25 toward the purchase)
  • A hard hat is required whenever an employee is building racks or gondolas (company will provide $10 toward the purchase)
  • Gloves will be required as well (company will provide $15 toward the purchase)

REMODEL WORK EXPECTATIONS

 

  • If you have any questions or concerns go to your shift supervisor, NOT a member of WalMart management.
  • Will include working in Ambient and Non-Ambient control areas
  • Could include working in On-site Connex Trailers
  • Cleaning of Gondola/Sales Floor fixtures in building
  • Building/Disassembling of fixtures and related items
  • Modular work/Resetting
  • Lifting 50lbs, bending, twisting, standing for long periods of time, continual use of hands and arms

PAYDAY 

  • Pay week runs Saturday thru Friday and you receive pay on the following Friday EACH WEEK.
  • Date worked is based on the start time of the shift. For example if you work 3rd shift 10 PM – 7 AM and you begin at 10 PM on Friday night and finish at 7 AM on Saturday morning, then that is a Friday work day since the shift began on Friday.
  • Direct deposit each week on Friday for previous week worked (if you are set up on direct deposit). If not checks are mailed on Wednesday.
  • If you have not set up direct deposit with your bank and want us to do it, ask your supervisor about our Skylight cards or other direct deposit cards.

PER DIEM, TRAVEL & MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT

  • Per Diem – Per Diem allowance is for ordinary and necessary business travel expenses, including automobile/mileage, lodging, tips and business meals. The Per Diem allowance is ONLY paid when employee is traveling away from home, in excess of a normal commute. If employee lives within 1 hour of job site based on Google Maps travel time, employee will not receive Per Diem. Employees are required to return to the Company any portion of the Per Diem  allowance not used for ordinary and necessary business travel expenses. Any travel expenses incurred above and beyond the Per Diem allowance will NOT be reimbursed to the employee unless prior written approval is obtained from the CFO. Per Diem may be modified at any time at the company’s discretion. Per Diem rate stated above is a daily allowance paid the day after an employee works a minimum of 8 hours in a store or the full scheduled work shift. Employees receive a  maximum of 5 days of Per Diem each work week while on a job site.

    Travel Time – Employees are paid for travel time directed by the employer in excess of a normal commute. Traveling long distances is often required given our customer locations and the areas we service. Travel Time will be automatically calculated based on the number of miles employee drives (zip code to zip code), assuming an average speed of 60mph. For example, if employee leaves home driving to a project and the number of miles from home zip code to project zip code is 600 miles, then drive time is computed as 10 hours. If employee leaves one project headed to another project, then it will be computed as number of miles zip code to zip code between projects. Normal commute is defined as two hours per day and any travel time incurred in excess of two hours per day is paid if directed by the employer. Travel time will be paid at Minimum Wage based on the state minimum wage the employee is leaving from. If the state does not have a set minimum wage, then it will default to Federal Minimum Wage of $7.25 per hour. By  signing this document I confirm I have read the Safety Management Guide for Motor Vehicle Operations and will adhere to all of its policy
    guidelines.

    Mileage Reimbursement – Mileage Reimbursement is also paid to employees traveling to a job
    site (this does not include returning home from a job site). Mileage traveled to a job site is only paid
    in excess of 120 miles. For example, if Employee drives 1,500 miles to a job site, then Employee will
    receive 1,380 of miles to be reimbursed. Mileage Rates are below. Mileage Reimbursement is only
    paid after the Employee arrives and works a full shift at the job site.

    Mileage Rates
    Associates — $0.15 per mile
    Supervisors — $0.25 per mile

    Personal Travel – Per Diem is paid to cover travel expenses for the full week, it is not expected that employees return home during a project or between projects if there are multiple projects back-to-back. Any return home trip not directed by the employer is considered an employee’s personal time and will not be paid. 

    Please note, although most of our work is overnight, we do on occasion run shifts for 1st, and 2nd aswell. The entire location’s per diem will be processed at the same time daily. (i.e. If you work day shift Monday, you will receive your daily per diem the following Tuesday morning, same time as the people who worked Monday nig

OFFICE CONTACT INFO

  • Recruiting & General Info – (918) 820-3060

  • Payroll Manager – Nakayla Shumate (336) 295-1245 (Leave Message)

  • Human Resources – Robin Logue (336) 295-1243 (Leave Message)

FIELD MANAGERS CONTACT INFO

Walter Lewis (Area Manager):    1 (256) 399-3162
 

Jeff Stewart (Area Manager):     1 (828) 999-8420

Steve White (VP Operations):      1 (828) 999-8420 (only call if unable to reach Walter or Jeff)

MY LIFE ADVISOR (ADP)

 (844) 448-0325
 Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 11:30 PM ET

  • ADP can help with your Payroll, HR, and Benefits questions and requests, including:

    • Password Resets
    • Navigating and understanding what features are available
    • Viewing/Updating your personal information, including your phone number(s) and email address(es)
    • Viewing/Printing pay statements and/or W2s

    If you need assistance, please reach out to your MyLife Advisors by giving us a call.

EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK

THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE REPORTING TO WORK

This Final Info page was last updated on 11/18/2021