Syndicus NACON’s recruiting services are free to those seeking employment. Our costs are underwritten by the clients we serve.
It depends. Some Syndicus NACON clients require skills-testing, others do not.
Yes, applicants must be at least 18 years of age to be considered for placement.
Most Syndicus NACON positions are open to all individuals eligible to work in the US, including those with: valid Employment Authorization Documents/Work Visas or United States Permanent Resident Cards (Green Cards); and others with eligibility matching the Department of Homeland Security’s I-9 requirements.
Positions Syndicus NACON fills with the US government (and federal contracting firms), however, often have strict citizenship eligibility requirements.
Job assignment lengths vary, depending on Syndicus NACON’s clients’ needs. Many temporary assignments are specific-length, short-term opportunities (usually for projects, or to fill in for a client’s permanent employee who is on leave).
At times, there are long-term “temporary” positions. One reason is because Syndicus NACON is a Veteran-Owned business – government agencies and subcontracting firms often need to meet minority worker quotas for projects and ongoing staffing.
Contract employees (temporary and temp-to-hire) will enter their hours daily into our online system. These hours are then approved weekly by your manager. We pay bi-weekly via live check or direct deposit.
During your onboarding, you will be able to enter your direct deposit information into our online payroll system.
Contract employees (temporary and temp-to-hire) work for Syndicus NACON. If you are hired by the client after a temp to hire period, you become the client’s employee and will be placed on their payroll. As well, a direct hire placement becomes the client’s employee.
Syndicus NACON considers each contractor an employee, whether you are doing temporary assignments, or you’re in a temp-to-hire position. Nearly everyone that works with Syndicus NACON receives a W2 each year, which means we withhold taxes from your paycheck, taking the burden independent contractors usually face of having to paying quarterly taxes to the IRS.
You’ll receive a W2 form with earnings and withholdings reporting for your tax filing purposes. By law, these are mailed out by January 31 (to the contractor), for the previous year’s earnings. If you do not receive the W2 by the second week of February, contact our office.
Whatever address we have on file for you is where the W2 will be mailed, so keep this information updated with Syndicus NACON. The US Post Office does not automatically forward tax-related documents to new addresses.
If you’d like to be considered for employment, but don’t see a current job posting matching your skills and experience, you may submit your resume directly to [email protected]
Syndicus NACON does not resell our contractors’ or clients’ information. Our servers and data backup are encrypted to ensure confidentiality.
Your Syndicus NACON contact will be in touch with you and the client before an assignment ends. We’ll also begin to search for new placements on your behalf as an assignment draws to a close. You may also browse open positions on our website.