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«PART TIME EMPLOYEE POLICY MANUAL July, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS TOPIC PAGE INTRODUCTION • Part-time Associate Policy Manual EMPLOYMENT POLICIES • ...»

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• The Company has long been a proponent of maintaining high standards of health and safety in our work environment, be it within our offices or driving on behalf of the Company.

• Safety is the responsibility of all Associates. We are all responsible for recognizing hazards, correcting them, making certain that safe working conditions exist on the job.

Associates are also responsible for following safe operating practices in the performance of their jobs, to include vehicle driving. We are all responsible for the prevention of accidents.

PROTECTION OF VALUABLES

• The Company’s insurance does not cover personal losses on either Company premises or in Company vehicles. Considerable care should be exercised in protecting personal valuables as well as documents which are confidential or valuable to the Company.

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• Normally, the Company will not help creditors in the collection of personal debts from its Associates. However, under certain legal procedures known as garnishments, levies, judgments, etc., the Company may be compelled by law to take action.

• If your wages are attached, we are required by law to withhold a specified amount of your earnings. Prior to any action being taken, however, you will be notified. Every precaution will be taken to ensure that your personal information is kept confidential.

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• Under no circumstances will the Company assume responsibility for any parking, mechanical, or moving violation tickets received by Associates.

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• Associates may be eligible for kilometer reimbursement for use of their personal vehicles to conduct Company business. The actual rate is maintained and published separately by the Accounting Department. Consult with your supervisor or your Manager In Charge for details.

• The Company reserves the right to conduct a separate kilometer reimbursement policy based on business agreements.

• All Associates who drive personal vehicles to conduct Company business must maintain adequate records documenting vehicle use for tax purposes. All kilometers from home to the first work location of the day and between the last work location of the day and home is considered personal.

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• Liability limits on all personal automobiles driven for Company business must reflect, at the very least, the minimum liability coverage specified by your province of residence.

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• Parking areas are available for Associates. Associates should observe a safe speed limit while moving through the parking areas and refrain from parking in assigned spaces for handicapped drivers or other specially marked areas. The Company cannot accept responsibility for your vehicle or its contents. All Associates, visitors, and guests park at their own risk.

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• Smoking is prohibited in all Company office spaces. This includes private offices, workstations, common areas, or Company vehicles. Violation of this policy may result in Associate termination.

• The Company is extremely interested in minimizing the impact of the harmful effects of smoking on all Associates. Smoking is directly linked to serious health problems and early death. Further, secondary smoke inhalation has been established as a serious health risk and it may also contribute to an early death. Statistics indicate that nonsmokers have fewer health problems than smokers and make fewer visits to the doctor.

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• The Company will not pay for the acquisition, installation or base service associated with a Cellular Telephone unless approved by the Manager in Charge.

RETURN OF COMPANY PROPERTY/EQUIPMENT AT TERMINATION

• It is understood that all property/equipment issued by the Company to the Associate during the course of employment will be returned by the terminating Associate to his/her supervisor, or other Company designated-Associate, prior to or at termination.

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(Associate’s Copy) This is to certify that I have read the Company Part-Time Associate Policy Manual and that I understand the policies, practices, and procedures contained herein.

I agree that I will comply with all the Company’s policies and work rules as a condition of my employment.

I understand that policies may be changed at any time and will be applied to all associates, including associates hired prior to the change.

I specifically agree that if my employment is terminated for reasons other than cause, I will accept, as the appropriate common law reasonable notice of termination, the amount of advance notice of termination required to be given under the employment standards statute in the province in which I work, or pay in lieu thereof.

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(Company’s Copy) This is to certify that I have read the Company Part-time Associate Policy Manual and that I understand the policies, practices, and procedures contained herein.

I agree that I will comply with all the Company’s policies and work rules as a condition of my employment.

I understand that policies may be changed at any time and will be applied to all associates, including associates hired prior to the change.

I specifically agree that if my employment is terminated for reasons other than cause, I will accept, as the appropriate common law reasonable notice of termination, the amount of advance notice of termination required to be given under the employment standards statute in the province in which I work, or pay in lieu thereof.

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Please Print Name *Return this “Employment Acknowledgement” page to your supervisor or Human Resources Coordinator within five (5) working days of receipt.

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