Contact your PrideOne dedicated program specialist or send an email to PrideOne’s payroll department at email@example.com.
Your paystub can be accessed via the ADP iPay portal. Registration instructions are enclosed.
No, you will not receive a paystub if you did not submit hours for a full pay period. A paystub will only be issued when you have been paid for hours worked during a pay period.
You can view your W2 through the ADP iPay portal. In addition, your W2 will be mailed at the beginning of each year to the home address that you provided on your W-4 tax form during onboarding.
Yes, we offer Medical, Dental, Vision, and Short-term Disability insurance to employees working 30 or more hours per week. New employees are eligible for benefits on the first of the month following 59 days of employment. Employees can only enroll or waive benefits within the first two weeks of employment, during an open enrollment period, or if you have an IRS qualifying, life event.
Premiums will be taken through payroll deductions twice per month. You must notify your PrideOne representative when you plan to take off one week or more from your assignment to prevent any interruption in coverage. If a deduction is scheduled during a pay period which you are not issued a check, the benefits deduction will be postponed to the next scheduled pay period. If the next scheduled pay period already has a benefits deduction scheduled, please expect both deductions to be taken.
Contact PrideOne’s benefits department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temporary workers are only paid for days worked. You will not be compensated for any hours or days off of your assignment.
Sick leave varies from state to state. Please reach out to your dedicated PrideOne program specialist.
Jury duty pay varies from state to state. Please reach out to your dedicated PrideOne program specialist.
Contact PrideOne’s employment verification team at email@example.com to verify your employment.