much does Access D solutions services costs?
Access D Solutions fees can vary depending on type of
employment such as for temporary employees, you will
be charged set hourly wage for each person that is marked
up to include all costs.
For permanent employees, we will charge
you a percentage rate. This percentage rate will be
based on the type of position and qualified candidates.
Access D Solutions costs are inevitable
within an organization whenever the principals are not
completely in charge; the costs can usually be best
spent on providing proper material incentives, such
as performance bonuses and stock options and moral incentives
for agents to properly execute their duties.
How long will
it take me to get employed after registration?
Once our recruiter receive clients request to find the
best candidate for the positions they need to fill.
We keep working on a position until that candidate has
been located. Placement process durations vary. Feel
free to contact your Access D Solutions specialist for
status updates on any postings for which you’ve
been told that you are being considered for an interview.
What type of industries and clients
does Access D Solutions serve?
Access d a solution serves a wide range of clients including
manufacturing, bakery industries, packing and general
office staff. We provide strong candidates with experience
and proven track record.
employees eligible for statutory holiday pay?
Temporary employees are not legally entitled to statutory
holiday pay. As stated in the employment standard act.
Section 9 (k) of the regulations to
the act states that part x of the act does not apply:
“to a person who is employed under an arrangement
where by he or she may elect to work or not when requested
to do so.”
How have changes
to employment standard affected statutory pay?
On November 23, 2000, the Ontario Provincial Government
introduced bill 147, the employment standards act, 2000
(the new act), which was proclaimed into law effective
September 4th 2001.
Part x employment strands act, Public holiday pay.
An employee’s public holiday pay for a given public
holiday shall be equal to, the total amount of regular
wages and vacation pay payable to the employee in the
four work weeks before the work week in which the public
holiday occurred, divided by 20; the amount determined
using that manner of calculation 2000.