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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What types of clients do you do business with?

    • AdNet has clients in the private sector, Federal, and State governments.​

  2. After I apply for a position, what happens next?

    • AdNet’s hiring team reviews your resume to determine if your experience aligns with the client’s needs

    • If your experience aligns with the client's needs, a member of our hiring team will reach out to you to schedule a virtual or phone interview.

    • If you are moved along in the hiring process, the hiring team will send an email requesting professional references (former supervisors), your resume in a Word document, completion of an assessment test based on the position, completion of AdNet’s online application. If you have professional certifications this would be the time to send them to the hiring team.

    • Upon completion of the above, the hiring team will submit your resume to the client.

    • Client sets up an interview date/time.

    • Prior to the interview, the hiring team will do an interview prep with you to provide coaching on the client’s company, the interviewer, and possible interview questions.

    • Offers are made through AdNet and the hiring team negotiates the salary on your behalf.

  3. I provided AdNet with my resume – why do I need to complete an application?

    • The online application is part of our industry-specific database. Completion of the application ensures a smooth onboarding process as well as gives your resume exposure to the entire hiring team.​

  4. What is a temporary position and why should I accept one?

    • A temporary position is one with a specific start and end date. It can be a short or long term contract.

    • Contracts are extended all the time. A one-year contract could be extended several times.

    • Temporary assignments can lead to a permanent job offer with the client.

    • Temporary assignments is a great way to gain experience for future jobs.

  5. What languages are included in your bilingual roles?

    • Languages are job specific and can range from English/Spanish to English/Hindu.

    • Most contracts are either English/Spanish or English/French.

  6. Why would a remote position require a certain state or area of residence?

    • Our clients hold contracts with many Federal and State agencies that require all employees to reside in the state where they are located. This is not an AdNet requirement, it is a requirement of the client’s contract.

  7. What does PRN mean?

    • It means “as needed”. The initials stand for pro re nata, a Latin phrase that translates to as needed or as the situation arises. A PRN employee works when called, to fill in for an absent employee or to cover a special situation. PRN work gives employees a chance to make extra money and the freedom to choose assignments and shifts.

  8. This position sounds like one I have already applied for directly or through another staffing firm.  I’d prefer to work with AdNet - can I still do so?

    • It depends on several factors and every candidate’s situation is different.  When there is a dual application scenario, candidate ownership comes into play.  AdNet will need to know the exact position, how long ago, and the result of your application with the company or competing firm in order to investigate further.​

  9. If I’m partnering with AdNet to get placed, can I also apply directly on the client’s website for this position?

    • Candidates who are engaged with AdNet for placement, should NOT make application on our client’s website.  Doing so could negate AdNet’s ability to represent you during any stage of the hiring process.  Additionally, applying on your own potentially adds you to a large pool of candidates without the benefits of advocacy AdNet can provide.  There is one exception to this guidance and that is if you have received a job offer from our client and advised to apply to get into their internal system. 

  10. Is there a cost to me as a candidate to utilize AdNet services?  How is the agency paid?

    • Aside from an investment of your time, there is no cost to candidates for AdNet services.  AdNet’s placement fees are fully paid (100%) by the clients we serve.

  11. How do I enter my time worked?

    • You will receive an email with login instructions and credentials. You should only enter time worked. Vacation, sick and holiday hours should be included in the employee comment section only.

  12. How do I access my paystub?

    • You will receive log in credentials and the link to Doculivery to access your paystub. The paystub can be printed and downloaded from the portal.

  13. When will I receive my W-2?

    • AdNet mails W2’s by January 31st. If you have not received your W-2 in a timely manner, you may reach out to your point of contact for an electronic copy.

  14. Am I responsible for the cost of shipping client owned equipment back?

    • You are not responsible for the cost of shipping equipment. Our clients provide shipping labels, prelabeled boxes or their FedEx account information. 

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