From human resources to payroll to talent tips, check out our talent FAQs for answers to all of your burning questions.
To receive job announcements, you will need to create an ATN Talent Profile in the ATN Event Staffing Talent Portal. Once you have completed your application, you will receive job announcements for events in your selected area(s) based on your skills, qualifications and the client’s needs.
Think of your talent profile as your real-time resume. Your profile will be the first thing our account managers look at when they are considering candidates. A current and complete profile will greatly increase your chances of working events for ATN. To complete your talent profile, please do the following:
Yes. We encourage you to update your profile every 2-3 months. You may login to your profile at any time and make updates.
The appearance section of the profile is only applicable to promo model, model, and costume/mascot bookings. The sizing section of the form is for uniform purposes (typically a branded shirt will be provided by the client).
Most client’s request staff with specific skills and we honor those requests by booking staff accordingly. Additionally, events can fill up quickly and some markets are more competitive than others. Keep your information current on your talent profile, update your photos and resume often, and apply as quickly as possible. We understand the process can be frustrating but don’t get discouraged. Due to our daily workload, we cannot respond to every applicant with a decision.
There are many variables that we consider when reviewing applicants but meeting our client’s needs and expectations are our top priority. With that said, we look at an applicant’s relevant experience as it relates to the event, qualifications, and availability. But, the biggest factor is the applicant’s personality during the phone interview.
ATN Event Staffing will process and issue your payment.
Payments are processed within 14 business of working an event. Please note that “business days” do not include weekends, holidays, or mailing time. To ensure that your payment is processed within this time frame, you must submit expenses, check-in, and check-out information within 24 hours of your event. Failure to do so may result in delayed payment. If you have incomplete or missing new hire paperwork, you will not be paid until that is complete.
No. On rare occasions, these expenses may be covered, but that will be communicated prior to your booking.
Typically breaks are paid, however, in some cases, they are unpaid. It’s best to check with your account manager prior to working.
Keep in mind that if you have elected to have your payment mailed, you must take into account USPS mailing times which can vary. If it has been 3 weeks and you have not received payment, please click here to contact our payroll department and provide detailed information including your name, program name, and program dates. To expedite the process, please attach a photo of you onsite along with the time sheet from the event, to help us verify that you worked the event.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our payroll department.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled shift time. This gives you time to meet the onsite contact, other team members, and get your branded shirt or uniform. Always allow plenty of time for detours, traffic, parking issues, etc. If you are late to an event, you run the risk of being replaced.
Your account manager will provide you with uniform requirements prior to your event. You must follow the dress code instructions exactly as stated. Failure to do so can result in dismissal from the event, without pay.
You will sign in and out onsite with the lead brand ambassador or onsite manager. We strongly recommend taking a picture of the time sheet for your own records. After the event, you will complete a digital time voucher through your ATN portal.
Please take a check-in selfie when you arrive onsite, and a group picture with the team at the end of your shift.
We are always open to referrals, however, to be considered, individuals must first create a talent profile for review.
A lead brand ambassador is designated to manage check-ins and check-outs of team members, time sheets, and reporting to the ATN Account Manager.
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ATN is the first staffing agency I ever worked for as a Brand Ambassador back in 2013 and my experience working with them was so amazing! I’ve met so many amazing, talented people through my ATN jobs, and have gotten to experience some pretty cool stuff. It’s thanks to ATN that I discovered and stuck to this amazing line of work!