FAQ - The Arnold Group (TAG) - A Human Resource Company
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TAG Job Seeker FAQ

What documentation is required to apply with The Arnold Group (TAG)?

Form I-9 for a list of all acceptable documents require to apply with The Arnold Group.

*Please note, a single document from 'List A' satisfies both the identity and employment eligibility requirements. If you do not have a document found in 'List A', you will be required to provide a document from 'List B' (identity) and 'List C' (employment eligibility).

Does TAG charge a fee for its service?

No! TAG does not charge job seekers and associates for Employment Services.

Because it is not widely known exactly how a staffing and recruiting firm does business, there are many common misconceptions surrounding their fee's and mark-ups. Debunk some of those myths here.

What levels of employment categories does TAG offer?

TAG provides career opportunities with the flexibility to match virtually any lifestyle to include:

  • Full-Time
  • Temp-to-Hire
  • Direct Hire
  • Part-Time
  • Temporary/Contract
  • Executive Search and Placement
  • Are all temporary assignments entry-level positions?

    No, TAG’s employment opportunities make the most of your skills and talents while providing you with access to entry-level through senior managerial job opportunities in the following fields:

    • Accounting
    • Administrative
    • Advertising
    • Customer Service
    • Electronics
    • Healthcare
    • Human Resources  
    • Information Technology
    • Legal
    • Management
    • Manufacturing
    • Sales/Marketing
    • Technical
    • Transportation/Logistics

    What types of assignments does TAG offer?

    The Arnold Group is a full-service human resource company and maintains our position as a leader among staffing service firms by providing qualified associates in over 250 skill categories directed at meeting our clients’ needs. Review the represented industries and positions we provide staffing for here.

    What is the average length of a temporary assignment?

    TAG’s employment opportunities vary; therefore TAG cannot guarantee a specific number of hours or duration. However, our primary goal is to keep you working consistently or find regular, full-time employment for you.

    When I work for TAG, who is my employer?

    TAG is your employer. If you have any problems while on assignment through TAG contact your TAG supervisor.

    How often should I check-in with my TAG supervisor when looking for work?

    We recommend checking in on a weekly basis to remain active in our searches. There is not need to check in more frequently unless your contact information changes.
    You can check in as 'available' using our WebCenter or by calling your local TAG branch.

    When do I qualify for benefits?

    TAG offers vacation and holiday benefits for associates. Eligibility is based on qualifying events. For additional information regarding our benefits, please refer to the TAG Associate Handbook.

    Will I get paid vacations and holidays?

    TAG offers vacation and holiday benefits for associates. Eligibility is based on qualifying events. For additional information regarding our benefits, please refer to the TAG Associate Handbook.

    Does TAG withhold payroll taxes while I'm on assignment?

    TAG withholds payroll taxes as required by federal and state law.

    When can I expect to be paid and when should I submit my time sheet?

    All TAG associates are paid weekly. Pay periods run from Monday through Sunday and paydays are the following Friday. Time sheets for hours worked should be submitted to our office by 10:00 a.m. every Monday. For additional details, please refer to the TAG Associate Handbook.

    What is TAG's policy if I am unable to report to work or will be late?

    If you need to be off for the day or are running late, you must contact your TAG supervisor immediately. It is your responsibility to notify your TAG supervisor in advance, otherwise your absence will be considered unexcused and may affect your performance record and future employment opportunities with TAG.

    What should I do if my assignment ends?

    Contact your TAG supervisor and inform him/her of your availability. If you do not contact us, we will assume that you are no longer available for work.

    What should I do if I am injured on the job?

    Should you be injured on the job, notify your client supervisor and your TAG supervisor immediately.

    What should I do if a TAG client offers me a full-time position with their company?

    If you are interested in accepting the position, you must first discuss it with your TAG supervisor. You may accept the offer, but not before making arrangements with your TAG supervisor as you are currently employed by TAG.

    Can The Arnold Group be used as references for future employment?

    Yes, TAG can provide references for future employment.