In the past, I interviewed for a job at a company and went through numerous rounds before getting selected. It was a very selective position, but it was a "training" program. During my time at the company and in training, I went through a third party staffing firm and was at the company as a contractor. This third party staffing firm didn't come into the picture until after I finished the interviews and was selected.
On my resume and the application, I didn't mention that I was under a third party staffing firm, because I felt that I wasn't as I only became aware about them after getting selected. I was also paid hourly at the time based on an annual salary number the company gave me and I used this hourly rate to put the salary amount as it requires a conversion into an annual amount. Should I be concerned when Kroll/Revera/other does the check?
Do I need to give the contact info of the third party staffing firm or the manager of the company? The company probably only has a record of me as a contractor.
Yeah, give them the staffing firm as well as the regular company, and explain. They'll figure it out. And you really shouldn't worry about it.
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