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Welcome to Boly:Welch!

As your employer, we’ve developed guidelines to ensure your success as a Contract Temporary employee. Your Boly:Welch recruiter will be your key point of contact for questions about your assignment. Any concerns about your role and workflow should be directed to your onsite supervisor.


On Assignment

While you’re on assignment, it’s important to stay in touch with your Boly:Welch Recruiter. Here are some key matters to keep us aware of:

  • Your safety is critical. Please follow all workplace safety policies and exercise good judgment. If you experience an on-the-job injury, notify us immediately so we can promptly resolve and process a claim. All on-the-job injuries require a drug and alcohol screen upon receipt of medical attention.
  • Contact your Boly:Welch recruiter if your employer asks you to drive while on assignment, handle cash or valuables, or change your job duties substantially.


Punctuality and regular attendance are essential to our mutual success. A few things to keep in mind as a Contract Temporary employee:

  • Arrive 10-15 minutes early on the first day of your assignment.
  • If you’re going to be absent, notify your recruiter at least two (2) hours before your shift starts.
  • If you’re going to be late, let your recruiter know your estimated arrival time.
  • Need to take time off? Notify your recruiter at least two (2) weeks in advance.
  • A ‘no call, no show’ is grounds for disciplinary action and/or termination. Likewise, a ‘no call, no show’ on consecutive days is a voluntary termination of your employment.
  • Let your recruiter know about any commitments that may interrupt or limit your time on assignment.
  • Clothing and appearance should be professional and align with your workplace dress code.
  • Any equipment, supplies, ID cards, badges, or other employer-supplied items should be used for business purposes only and returned at the end of your assignment. Holding items beyond that point could be considered theft and result in your termination as a Boly:Welch employee.

Payroll & Paychecks

As a Contract Temporary employee, you’ll be paid weekly for your time on assignment. To ensure prompt payment, submit your time card each week using the option(s) provided by your recruiter.

  • Work weeks are the seven-day period starting Monday at 12:01 am and ending Sunday at midnight.
  • Timecards must be received by 5:00 pm each Monday through the duration of your assignment.
  • Timesheet Entry Instructions 
  • Please include only one week’s hours per time card with the dates you worked, the company you worked for, and the last four digits of your SSN.
  • Your recruiter will let you know how to submit your time card each week.
  • We offer Direct Deposit for all of our Contract Temporary employees. To enroll, complete and submit a Direct Deposit form.
  • If you haven’t set up Direct Deposit, your paycheck will be mailed to you. 
  • When we determine that it’s safe to be back in our office, you’ll have the option to pick up your paycheck before 10:00 am on the Friday after you submitted your time card. Please bring your ID with you.

We require written authorization before releasing your paycheck to anyone other than you.

Contact our Payroll Department at with any questions.


  • You’ll be eligible for healthcare benefits — medical, dental, and vision — on the first of the month following 60 days on assignment. Boly:Welch subsidizes a portion of your monthly premium. You must be working a minimum of 30-hours-per-week in order to qualify for eligibility.
  • We offer an FSA Section 125 plan to support medical expenses with pre-tax dollars.
  • Oregon Sick Pay is available after 90 days on assignment. You’ll accrue one (1) hour for every 30 hours worked, up to a maximum of 40 hours. Use the Sick Time Request portal.
  • If you’re on assignment during the following holidays and you’ve completed 850 hours, you’ll be eligible to receive a $50 bonus for: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. You’ll be eligible to receive a $300 vacation bonus once you complete 1,300 hours.
  • 401(k) Employee Deferral Elections: You may elect to contribute a percentage of your pay to a 401(k) plan after you complete eligibility requirements. Contributions are 100% vested.
  • 401(k) Safe Harbor Non-Elective Contribution: Boly:Welch will contribute an amount equal to 3% of your compensation to the 401(k) plan annually. This contribution is 100% vested and will be made regardless of your contribution amount.

To be eligible, you must be 21 years of age or older and complete 1,000 hours for every 12-month period beginning on your date of hire or any plan year beginning after your date of hire.

Entry dates are twice annually — January 1 and July 1.

Profit Sharing

  • Boly:Welch may make a discretionary profit sharing contribution. This contribution is 100% vested at all times.

To be eligible, you must be 21 years of age or older, complete 24 months of employment, work 1,000 hours for every 12-month period beginning on your date of hire or any plan year after your date of hire.

Entry dates are twice annually — January 1 and July 1.

Employee Discounts

  • You’ll receive quarterly invites to the Adidas and Columbia employee stores.
  • Discounted membership rates are available at 24 Hour Fitness locations across the Portland Metro.
  • You’ll save 22% on monthly wireless service plans through AT&T.

Referral Bonus Program

  • You’ll be eligible to receive $100 when you refer a candidate who is placed in a Direct-Hire position and meets a 90-day guarantee or a Contract Temporary role after 100 hours.
  • Bonuses are paid out up to a combined maximum of $500 per calendar year.
  • Use the Referral Bonus Form here.  

Timecard Portal

Please Note

We give priority to candidates who email us at each weekend with their name and availability for the upcoming week. If we don’t hear from you, we’ll assume you want to deactivate your employment with Boly:Welch.

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