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Introducing On-Line Timecard through
Great news for all AppleOne associates! All the hassles that come with completing and submitting your time sheets can now be a thing of the past. With the new On-Line Timecard, all you have to do is log on, clock in and you're done. No more carefully writing the hours you worked on your paper time sheets. No more having to find your assignment supervisor at the tail end of the workweek so that he or she can review and approve the hours you put in. And best of all, no more rushing to your AppleOne branch to ensure that your time card is submitted on time.
Earn a Little Extra This Year
The new year is a special time bringing with it hopes for an improved future and, let's face it, a lot of bills left over from the past holiday season. If you're anything like us, you're probably looking for an easy way to earn a little extra money this year. Of course you could work to find that new and improved job, or gain skills to make you more valuable in your current position. If that's your goal, AppleOne stands ready to do anything we can to help you with those goals. But if you're looking for an even quicker way to pad your paycheck, you want AppleOne's Referral Bonus Program. It's quick, it's simple, and it pays.
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The perm job you guys got me offers a 401(k) plan. I know I need to save for retirement, but I've been trying to set aside a little money in a savings account each month. I dip into it occasionally, but the balance keeps growing. Is that enough?
A 401(k) plan is a nice benefit, and it can be a good investment choice for some people. Since we aren't financial advisors, and we don't know all the details of your current situation and goals, we can't really give you specific advice. What we can do is share with you some general things that you might want to think about.
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