What types of jobs do you fill?

Levert offers a wide variety of jobs. Positions can range from permanent, full-time, temporary, part-time, seasonal, contract and fly-in/fly-out opportunities. SEARCH JOBS

Do you take a percentage of my wage?

Our career services are free to Levert employees.

If I earn additional credentials, must I register with Levert again?

You only need to register once, but please notify your recruiter about upgraded skills and new credentials, as you may now qualify for more job opportunities.

What are your business hours?

Our offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

Who pays me?

You are paid by Levert via Direct Deposit. We must receive timesheets by 12:00 noon Mondays (download Authorization for Electronic Direct Deposit for Payroll form and blank Timesheet)

How and when should I submit my timesheet?

Submit timesheets by noon Mondays: via fax: 844-519-1580, text a photo: 705-618-0615, email: , or deliver it to our office between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. weekdays.

How can I acquire more blank timesheets?

Download a pdf timesheet, or acquire hard copies at our office.

Am I paid for the statutory holidays?

Yes, stat holidays are paid in accordance with the Employment Standards Act.

I just moved. How do I update my contact information with Levert?

Please notify our office 1-800-461-5934 about any changes so that we always have current contact information for payroll purposes and job opportunities.

What do I do if I cannot make it to work?

Immediately contact our office 1-800-461-5934 so that our receptionist or the after-hours answering service can notify your recruiter.

What do I do if I injure myself on the job?

Always report an injury, no matter how minor you think it is. Immediately notify your job-site supervisor, and contact Levert’s Health & Safety Officer toll-free at 1-800-461-5934.

What is NOWA?

This employee-operated workers’ association represents contract and long-term employees of Levert within its jurisdictions.

Click here to learn more about NOWA.


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