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  1. All Talent Blue employees must report for work at their workstations at the required starting time each and every work occasion. For candidates, the starting time may vary dependent on the client’s requirements. Starting times must be clarified prior to the commencement of each placement.

  2. If an employee on placement is unable to attend work for any reason, the employee must notify the Talent Blue representative responsible for their placement immediately after he/she becomes aware that he or she will not be able to attend for work.

  3. Talent Blue employees based in Talent Blue offices must notify their immediate manager immediately after the employee becomes aware that he or she will not be able to attend for work.

  4. Where an employee is absent from the workplace for more than one day due to personal illness or injury, the individual is required to provide a doctor’s certificate (or other evidence of inability to attend work due to illness or injury acceptable to Talent Blue ). Backdated certificates will not be accepted.

  5. Where employees fail to comply with the above, Talent Blue may lose contracts with its clients &/or cost other employees the opportunity to obtain work by covering the lost time.

  6. Because of the potential adverse impact on its ongoing business, Talent Blue must be in a position to cover employees unable to attend work during placement. To do so we need to have as much advance notice as possible.

  7. Any employee failing to comply with the above may face disciplinary action.

TalentBlue assists companies of all shapes and sizes in identifying highly skilled candidates for a variety of roles across a number of sectors.