Sick Time Form

Verify use of earned Sick time

 

Download & Submit Sick Time Form

We understand that things happen and if you are going to be out sick while on assignment, you MUST call or email Contemporaries by 8 a.m. that morning alerting us to the situation and letting us know whether you have also notified your On-site Supervisor. In addition, you will need to fill out a Sick Time form and email it back to Contemporaries within five days of being out sick. The form can be found on our website. 

*All Contemporaries employees on assignment begin accruing sick time the first day they begin their assignment at a rate of one hour per 30 hours worked. The total amount of sick time an employee may accrue within a 12 month period is 40 hours. The total amount of sick time an employee can use within a 12 month period is 40 hours. Accrued Sick Time can be used after the first 90 days of employment.  For more information on accrued Sick Time, please refer to our form or check with one of our Recruiters.

Verify Sick Time

Download and print our sick form here.

Submit your timecard via email to HR@bostoncontemporaries.com

Please ensure that your sick time form is returned with 5 days.

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