You can request PTO by going to the Forms and Docs page and clicking on your respective field’s time off request form.
You can also request PTO by clicking on your respective field’s time off request form below.
As soon as the incident occurs, report to your first line supervisor, Safety Manager Chris Towle, or HR Manager Renee Nelson. Your supervisor will complete a first report of injury form which can be found in FileMaker. A hard copy of the form can be obtained through Human Resources.
If the start hours for the job are incorrect, the Foreman should contact the Project Manager to discuss them. Only the Project Manager can make this change. Any and all job start and end times must be approved by both the jobs project manager and superintendent.
If you notice on your paycheck that you were not paid for hours you worked, talk to your Foreman about the difference. They will then contact Accounting with the corrected information and any wages you are due will be added to your next paycheck.
Employer’s are required to allow employees time for an unpaid lunch break. Therefore our system will automatically deduct 30 minutes unpaid lunch or dinner break during any shift of five (5) or more consecutive hours for employees who eat lunch at their worksite.
Any employees who leave their worksite for lunch are required to punch out upon leaving and punch back in when returned to the job site or work station.
Employees who take their lunch break at the job site or workplace are required to punch out for lunch. If an employee does not clock out for lunch, 30 minutes will be automatically deducted from their timecard.
For hourly paid employees who leave their job site workplace, office, shop etc, they are required to punch out when leaving and punch back in upon returning. Punching out at the beginning and punching in at the end of each meal break is mandatory. Employees are required to punch out if on extended personal phone calls or for any other personal reasons that they are not performing company work (other than using the restroom). Immediate supervisors will notify employees of any rules for scheduling lunch breaks at each work location and/or within each department.
Employees can override the automatic deduction for lunch, if necessary and it can also be corrected by talking with your Foreman to correct your time card.
For changes to insurance and benefits, email the HR Manager Renee Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her direct line at 612-638-1828.
For payroll changes to your W-4 dependents or direct payroll deposit information, 401k elections, questions about court-ordered child support and wage garnishments, please contact Accounting Manager Rob Winberg at email@example.com or call his direct line at 612-638-1833.
FileMaker is a software database program that BRC uses to keep track of its equipment inventory, field orders, time punches, purchase orders, job status, bids and leads we’re working on. In general, nearly every aspect of the company touches our FileMaker database in some capacity.
FileMaker is on our company computers and iPads. We’re working on developing and rolling out additional functionality for FileMaker. We have an in-house developer who works tirelessly developing new functions and aspects to FileMaker that will not only help with efficiencies in the office and shop, but in the field as well.
If you experience issues with the time clock, FileMaker functionality in general, or have a suggestion to make the system more user friendly, please contact our Filemaker Developer David Pasewald at firstname.lastname@example.org or call his direct line at 612-638-1840.
If the start hours for the job are incorrect, the Foreman should contact the Project Manager to discuss them. Only the Project Manager can make this change.