How do I get started?
To make sure that you will be considered for thousands of unadvertised opportunities each week simply upload a resume. After that you have finished that, you will be transferred to your dashboard where you can modify the positions we may be able to call you for by completing your Profile and Priorities. It’s a brief process that will help us determine how we might best be able to help you.
Where can I get career tips and advice?
Our Navigating the Hiring Process workbook includes a number of insider expertise and tools that have been used by thousands of career seekers to increase their potential of interviews and job offers. As well as this if you start a profile your hiring advisor will give you additional tips specific to your aspirations and situation.
How do I contact an ActOne Entertainment Staffing Career Center or Hiring Advisor?
You can find directions and contact information for your local Career Center here.
Can I get benefits with a Temporary assignment?
Of course. Who doesn’t like perks? We want to represent the best talent in the world, and whether it’s access to our credit union or our numerous career development tools, we’re happy to do all we can to make your quality of life just a little bit better. Learn more about the medical plans we offer.
Do you offer Employment Verifications?
Your health and benefits needs are personal, so we designed a benefit program just for you.
Minimum Essential Coverage Preventative Plan
If you work more than 17.5 hours per week on average, you are eligible to enroll in a preventative care plan that satisfies the Affordable Care Act’s Individual Mandate. You are eligible on the first of the month following 60 days from 2 consecutive months from working the required hours. Your portion of the premium is deducted from your bank account monthly.
Major Medical Group Plans
You are eligible for a major medical group plan when you are hired for an assignment that is expected to last 13 weeks or longer with an average of 30 or more hours per week. Benefits would start on the first day of the month following a 60-day waiting period.
Alternately, when working a Temporary assignment scheduled to last less than 13 weeks or less than 30 hours per week, you will be eligible for the major medical group plan after a 12-month waiting or "measurement" period when 1,560 or more hours are worked during the 12-month time-frame. Benefits would start on the first day of the 14th month.
Waiting periods start over when there is a gap between assignments of 13 weeks or longer.
You will receive a health care benefit enrollment invitation through email and the Company’s web portal/email once you are eligible for group medical coverage further explaining these benefits and benefit start dates. Other eligibility criteria may apply. Be sure to respond to the invitation when you receive it. Due to changing regulations, all programs, plans and information are subject to change. Further conditions may apply. Remember, selecting a group major medical health plan through the Company means you’re agreeing to have the cost deducted from your paychecks .
Interviews and Status Updates
- Complete Verification of Employment Request and Credit Card Payment Authorization form
- Full name of candidate required (First, Last)
- Complete Social Security # of candidate required
- Select service level
Employment verification - $40
Employment verification including full earnings statements - $50
- Attach signed authorization / consent / release form.
- Submit required forms, payment and information:
Fax completed form: (818) 334-2300
email to: email@example.com
Regular Mail: All In One, Inc. Attn: VOE Department | 327 W. Broadway | Glendale, CA 91204
Make checks payable to: All In One, Inc.
- Please allow 3 business days after receipt of payment for processing.
How do I reschedule or cancel an interview appointment?
Form I-9 / E-Verify Information
Call your local Career Center to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Please be courteous and allow 24 hours for any cancellation or re-scheduling.
How can I get a status update on my application?
To check on the status of your application, you need to contact the recruiter who posted the ad to which you were responding or the local Career Center you selected as your primary within our profile.
Recruiter information can typically be found at the bottom of the ad you applied to, and you can find contact information for your local Career Center here.
Staying in Touch/Updating Information
The ActOne Group of Companies is proud to participate in E-Verify. E-Verify is a web-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. E-Verify employers verify the identity and employment eligibility of newly hired employees by electronically matching the information provided by employees on the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, against records available to the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
You can view Participation Poster as well as the Right to Work notices in English and Spanish.
Please contact your local branch if you have any Form I-9 and/or E-Verify questions.
How do I report my availability?
To update your availability, please update your information on the My Priorities page. In order for us to serve you best, it is important to keep this page up-to-date at all times.
How do I update my resume or other information?
Go to the My Profile section of your dashboard.
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