Employment Verification

We do not provide employment verifications through our branch locations.  If you (as an associate of Adecco) need an employment verification, you will need to provide the below information to the company or agency that has requested the verification.

Our organization uses The Work Number to provide automated employment and income verifications.  The Work Number reduces our risk of liability from providing erroneous or unauthorized information and our employees receive the benefit of a quick turnaround service.  You the verifier benefit by receiving immediate access to information that is convenient, accurate and secure.  Our standard procedure for verification requests received is to provide the following instructions to verifiers on how to use The Work Number.  You have several options to get the information you need. 

How To Use The Work Number

Verification Type

Access Options

Information Required
(for both)


Income requires employee’s authorization/salary key.



Adecco Company Code 10265

Employee’s Social Security Number

Social Services

Only available to qualifying assistance agencies.



Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Work Number?

The Work Number, a service of TALX Corporation, is an automated process for employment and income that allows employees to have their information verified within a matter of minutes.  It is the number one service used by mortgage companies, pre-employment screeners, consumer finance, and government agencies.

Is the information secure?

Absolutely, the data is stored in a secure data center that is SAS 70 certified by third-parties for its level of security.

Who is considered a verifier?

A verifier can be any lending institution, property manager or other business that needs to verify employment or income.

Does a verification take longer?

No, it is typically turned around instantly. In addition, the automated service is available anytime, anywhere.

What is a Commercial verification?

Standard employment and income verifications are commonly referred to as commercial verifications.

What is a Social Services verification?

Typical social services verifications include TANF, Food Stamps, Public Housing, Medicaid, Child Support, WIC, Welfare to Work/Job Corp Programs, Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and others…

Do I need anything special to obtain an income verification?  The Work Number requires that verifiers have employee authorization to access income information.  This allows the employee control over who has the ability to pull their income.  A Salary Key is one form of employee authorization. 


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