Employees

Information for Employees

VERIFY THAT WE HAVE RECEIVED YOUR TIMECARD

  • Use the table on the left to determine if your timecard has been received and correctly entered into our payroll system.
  • The ID is composed of the FIRST letter of your LASTNAME and the LAST four digits of your SSN.
  • The table will be updated for the last time at 4PM on Monday.  You must call us immediately if your work hours are not listed in the table after 4PM.
  • You are responsible for confirming that your timecard has been received by us.  DO NOT expect us to call you if we do not have your timecard in our system.

TIMECARD DOWNLOADS IN PDF FORMAT

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Beginning in 2014 our Week-Ending Day is a Saturday. Please do not use the old timecard format.  Download here.

Fillable ‘Auto-Calc’ Timecard – 2014 Version

Blank Manual Timecard – 2014 Version
Use only if you can’t use the Auto-Calc timecard.
For example, if you don’t have access to a computer running Adobe Reader.

Instructions for using the Fillable ‘Auto-Calc’ Timecard


PAYSTUB DUPLICATES

Available through our Payroll Department. Call (619) 574-7600


EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS

Download in PDF format.
Contact your Staffing Manager to receive a copy via regular mail


EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION

Summary of Benefits and Coverage for each of our plans (paper copies are available on request):

SBC – Bronze HMO Plan

SBC – Silver HMO Plan

SBC – Gold HMO Plan

Evidence of Coverage for each of our plans:

EOC – Bronze HMO Plan

EOC – Silver HMO Plan

EOC – Gold HMO Plan


INJURY PREVENTION AND WORKPLACE ERGONOMICS

Ergonomics can be defined as the science of designing a job to fit the worker, rather than physically forcing the worker’s body to fit the job. An understanding of basic ergonomic concepts is essential to injury prevention in an office setting.

Click on the link below to learn more about what you can do to make your workstation safer and more comfortable. Learn how to adjust your keyboard, monitor and chair for optimum comfort; learn about exercises you can do to minimize the risk of repetitive motion injuries.

CLICK HERE FOR TIPS ON SAFER COMPUTING


WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE INJURED ON THE JOB

  • Notify your immediate Supervisor at your assignment location.
  • Notify A-Star Staffing so that we can begin coordinating your treatment to get you back to work as soon as possible.
  • If the injury is minor in nature, take care of the injury where you are working. Otherwise, make arrangements for appropriate medical attention.

Where To Go If You Are Injured

We require that you receive treatment for work-related injuries or illnesses at the nearest Sharp Rees-Stealy Occupational Health Services facility unless the severity of the injury or illness calls for transport to the nearest appropriate medical provider.

Do not hesitate to call 911 if your injury or illness constitutes an emergency!

Sharp Emergency Rooms

La Mesa
555 Grossmont Center Dr. (619) 644-4411

Chula Vista
751 Medical Center Ct. (619) 482-5825

Coronado
250 Prospect Pl. (619) 522-3722

Kearny Mesa
7901 Frost St. (858) 541-3411

Sharp Occupational Health Facilities

Chula Vista
525 Third Ave. (619) 585-4050

Downtown
300 Fir St. (619) 446-1524

Genesee
2020 Genesee (858) 616-8400

La Mesa
5525 Grossmont Center Dr. (619) 644-6600

Rancho Bernardo
16950 Via Tazon Dr. (858) 521-2350

Sorrento Mesa
10243 Genetic Center Dr. (858) 526-6150

For care after 10 p.m., go to the nearest Sharp Hospital Emergency Room.