IMI – Employment Policies

  • Background checks performed directly through The Department of Homeland Security to verify legal employment eligibility, in addition to criminal background checks, alcohol or drug abuse, and repeated non-medical absenteeism.
  • IMI verifies employee licenses and certification as required by the particular state or province in reference to the position requirement.
  • Education requirements for IMI employees are as follows; minimum high school or GED for trades and most general labor, apprenticeship and journeyman programs where required, college diploma or higher for the Team Leader position.
  • Skilled labor employees are required to have a minimum of three years experience in their field.
  • IMI carries Workers Compensation coverage in all jurisdictions throughout North America where work is performed.
  • Employees abide by a strict confidentiality code that forbids them from discussing current and past job details with clients, competitors, and/or associates.
  • IMI is an equal opportunity employer with strict non-discrimination practices.
  • Employees must report to the jobsite 15 minutes before the scheduled start time for briefing by the client’s supervisor, and/or the IMI Team leader.
  • Our customer service professionals are obligated to participate in continuous improvement and upgrade programs.
  • IMI utilizes state-of-the-art human resources management software equipped with an extensive database of skilled and unskilled personnel, which enables our placement team the resources to effectively meet client requirements.