TAG Associate Handbook - Your Assignments
TAG Associate Handbook - Your Assignments

A TAG representative will contact you when we have an assignment that matches your skills and job preferences. In preparing for your new assignment, make sure you receive the following information from us:

  • The name of the company
  • The name of the person you will be reporting to
  • The location, hours and length of assignment
  • A good understanding of your responsibilities
  • The hourly pay rate
  • Proper dress
  • Safety instructions

Although you will likely be working for a variety of TAG clients, we are your employer. Your time sheets and paychecks are processed by TAG and your TAG supervisor is your contact for all work assignments. We are here to help solve any problems that might arise and answer any questions you may have.

If you are going to be late to an assignment or have an emergency or illness that prevents you from going to work, please call us as soon as possible. We will contact our business client and explain the situation. All TAG offices offer 24-hour messaging so you can leave a message at any time – day or night.

Failure to go to work without notifying The Arnold Group in advance may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination.