We at Quotum are committed to provide a secure workspace. Our ethics and good practices procedures ensure that your best interests are always at the forefront.
We will always strive -
⦁ To verify the qualifications and experience of applicants and employees as deemed necessary for the requirements.
⦁ To ensure that the employees are made aware of their pay scales, relevant benefits, work hours and any other relevant conditions prior to assignment and to make sure that all wages and benefits are paid promptly as per their employment and legal requirements.
⦁ To encourage all employees to refine their skills to stay relevant to current job market requirements.
⦁ To always maintain high standards of ethical conduct while operating our business as well as in all our dealings with employees, clients and competitors.
⦁ To treat all applicants and employees with dignity and respect, and to provide equal employment opportunities, based on bona fide job qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any basis prohibited by applicable law.
⦁ To always maintain high standards of integrity in all advertising, and to assign the best qualified employees to fill clients’ needs.
⦁ To meet all required employer obligations, including payment of the employer’s share of Social Security, state and federal unemployment insurance taxes, and workers’ compensation—and to explain to employees that the staffing firm is responsible for such obligations.
⦁ To ascertain that employees are assigned to work sites that are safe, that they understand the nature of the work the client has called for and can perform such work without injury to themselves or others, and that they receive any personal safety training and equipment that may be required.
⦁ To take prompt action to address employee questions, concerns, or complaints regarding unsafe work conditions, discrimination, or any other matter involving the terms and conditions of their employment.
⦁ These guidelines are subject to enforceable contracts between staffing firms and their clients, employees, and other parties, and are not intended to prohibit or discourage any other provisions or arrangements, agreeable to the parties, that achieve an orderly transfer of accounts.