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( 7 months ago )

What to write on a background check

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Atul Kasana

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( 7 months ago )

The staffing agency is your employer. That's what you should list everywhere (including on your resume).

If the background check company contacts the large company's HR department, they're going to have no record of you working for them (since you don't work for them). If the background check company contacts the staffing agency's HR department, they'll confirm that you are an employee. That's what you want.

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Shalini Jaiswal

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( 7 months ago )

I'm wondering what is the proper approach for the following situation:

I'm technically a contract employee at a large company. On my resume I did not mention I was a contractor and put my title and large company name. I interviewed directly with the large company and was offered the position as a contractor. A staffing agency then called me and put me on their payroll (W2).

I recently applied and interviewed at a new job. During the interview process I let everyone know what I was in a contract position at the large company.

Do I write the large company or the staffing agency on the background check?

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