Allsource is available to answer any
questions regarding your employment, timesheets, payroll or other
medical or benefit eligibility questions. For a question that is not
covered below, please
send us an e-mail. A response will be provided in a timely manner.
Q: Is Allsource my employer or the company for which I work?
A: Allsource is your official employer
and is responsible for payroll and other employment related functions.
However, your supervisor has a right of direction over you with regard
to their product or service, workplace safety and hiring and firing.
Employment is a voluntary employment-at-will relationship for no
definite period of time
Q: What is the distinction between full-time and part-time employment?
A: Full time employees are those who work an
average of 30 hours or more per week. Part-time employees are those
who work less than 30 hours per week.
Q: What benefits does Allsource offer?
A: Benefit offerings and insurance coverage
rates vary by
location. These may include group health insurance, dental insurance,
life insurance, disability insurance, Section 125 Cafeteria Plan, credit
union membership, flexible spending accounts, direct deposit, and other
Q: Will I be asked to submit to a drug screening to become an Allsource employee?
A: Yes, dependent upon the requiremets of your job assignment. For the safety of all employees, the
company may test for drugs and/or alcohol when there is reasonable
suspicion of prohibited drug or alcohol use; after an accident; random
testing of employees in appropriately designated sensitive positions and
during routinely required physical exams; and as a follow-up to
treatment and/or assessment.