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Landscape Laborer

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Job Details
Job Order Number
Company Name
Paul Fritz Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Physical Address
42W 480 Silver Glen Road
St. Charles, IL 60175
Job Description

This job order is placed in connection with a concurrent H-2B labor certification application.

The job opportunity is a bona fide, full time temporary position for 8 Landscape Laborers from 4/1/2021 to 11/24/2021 with Paul Fritz Landscape Contractors, Inc., 42W480 Silver Glen Rd, St Charles, IL 60175; (847) 464-4400 or email

Landscape or maintain grounds of property using hand and power tools or equipment. Lay sod/seed; grade; mow, trim, plant, water, fertilize, dig, rake, prune, pull/chop weeds and install mortarless segmental units. Lift/carry up to 50 pounds.

35 hpw, 7:30am – 3:00pm; Mon–Fri; work extended daily hours and weekends when necessary.

No experience/ no education. Work is supervised.

$16.34/hr; overtime is not guaranteed but if worked rate is paid at time and a half ($24.51) per hour above 40 hours per week. Raise/bonus at employer’s discretion. Opportunity for higher pay based on experience/performance.

A single workweek will be used in computing the wage due. Frequency of pay is Bi-Weekly on Friday.

Employer will only assist with locating shared rental housing upon arrival at the request of the employee. Employees are not required to live in housing the employer locates. Employees may make their own arrangements at their own expense.

The employer will make the following deductions from the worker’s wages: all deductions required by law, cash advances and repayment of loans, repayment of overpayment of wages to the worker, payment for articles which the worker has voluntarily purchased from the employer, long distance telephone charges, recovery of any loss to the employer due to the worker’s damage (beyond normal wear and tear) or loss of equipment where it is shown that the worker is responsible, and any other reasonable deductions expressly authorized by the worker in writing. No deduction not required by law will be made that brings the workers hourly earnings below the FLSA Federal statutory minimum wage.

Return transportation and daily subsistence will be provided if the worker completes the employment period or is dismissed early by the employer. Outbound transportation will be provided at the most economical and reasonable common carrier transportation rates for the distances involved, where applicable.

Employer provides transportation from office to and from job sites located in Dupage and Kane counties. There is no itinerary involved as there are multiple locations.

Employer will reimburse the H-2B worker in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government, incurred by the H-2B worker (but need not include passport expenses or other charges primarily for the benefit of the worker).

The employer will provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies and equipment required to perform the job.

Inquire about the job opportunity or send applications and/or resumes, indicating availability to nearest job service location or directly to the office at the Illinois workNet Center – N. Aurora (IDES), 2 Smoketree Plaza, North Aurora, IL 60542 (P) 630-844-6640.

For workers eligible for the inbound transportation and subsistence reimbursement benefit, the Employer will reimburse workers who complete 50 percent of the work period (or with the first paycheck if applicable under FLSA) and who are beyond commuting distance the reasonable cost of transportation and subsistence from the place from which the worker has come to work for the employer, whether in the U.S. or abroad to the place of employment. The amount of the reimbursement for transportation cost will be the worker’s actual transportation cost from the place from which the worker has come to work for the employer to the employer’s place of employment or, by regulation at 655.20(j)(1)(i), the amount not to exceed the most economical and reasonable common carrier transportation cost for the distance involved, whichever is less. The employer reserves the right to assist in coordinating transportation to assure the lowest available inbound transportation cost. Such inbound transportation will be at the worker’s expense. Workers who do not avail themselves of such transportation, when available, will be reimbursed only the per worker cost of the employer-arranged transportation or the most economical and reasonable common carrier transportation cost for the distance involved, whichever is less. Workers are always free to choose their own means of inbound transportation at their own liability. Workers who arrange their own transportation understand they assume all liability and hold harmless the employer for any damages, injuries, personal or property losses. Daily subsistence will be provided at a rate of at least $12.68 per day during travel to a maximum of $55 per day with receipts.

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