Terms & Conditions

The following rules and regulations apply to all employees of Prestige Shine company:

  1. Each employee must act in accordance with the company’s policies, orders, rules and regulations.

  2. The company expects each employee to maintain proper decorum. Employees are expected to conduct themselves on the job in a manner that contributes to operating effectiveness, productivity, safety, and a harmonious work environment.

  3. The duty must be performed in a good faith and employee is responsible for any damages he causes for the company or customer’s property.

  4. The employee must pay his own fines or traffic violations.

  5. No employee should drive the company’s vehicle for his personal use.

  6. The company’s vehicle should always be clean and well-organized.

  7. All employees are required to be at their appointed workplace and ready to begin work at the appointed starting time.

  8. All employees are required to inform the manager regarding any absence or late excuse before a minimum of 24 hours prior to the next working time.

  9. Late or absence excuses may or may not be approved by the manager.

  10. Any late or absence without notifying the management will cause a salary cut depends on the work-loss value.

  11. Under no circumstances should employees leave the assigned work area early without express permission from a supervisor or manager.

  12.   All employees must answer their phones during the working days.

  13.   Dress code is to be followed strictly. Employees must wear their uniforms at locations where uniforms are required. You are expected to look neat and presentable while on the job.

  14.   Working on Friday’s will be discussed every week with the employees, at least 24 hours prior to the next working time.

  15.   Each employee must act gently and respect the customer and the company’s management.

  16.   All employees with Prestige Shine paid residency visa must work a minimum of two years starting from the visa issue date. Otherwise, all visa fees must be paid back by the employee.

  17.   If employees do not meet the company’s expectations of performance or conduct, necessary corrective action may be taken. It is within management’s discretion to determine what measure would be appropriate under each circumstance.