If they have reasonably good accreditations pertaining to Massachusetts’s trade and industry regulations and they are professional in the way they handle their day to day businesses, the state’s staffing firms will have been reasonable in providing prospective employees with a few easy to follow guidelines prior to submitting all required documentation. Here is a very brief overview of what the state’s boston staffing firms and their commercial and government clients may be looking for from the job seeker.
Whether you are going to be working as a manual contractor or as a skilled clerical or technical employee for the government, documentation will be required to clear you as being fit and able and in good standing to work for the government. The documentation certifies that you are eligible for employment and it will go on your record. And in both public and private enterprise, it is a matter of course to be providing your prospective employers with accurate proof that you are fully qualified for professional posts being advertised.
It is usual that you provide them with transcripts. These allow the administrative staff to complete the vetting process in a more efficient manner and perhaps even, quicker too. Rule of thumb is to only provide the prospect of employer or staffing firm for the documentation requested. Also be circumspect in abiding with the recommendations and/or format of your attaching resumes and motivational letter and other supporting documents. Although this would be rare, but even so, it can happen, if no resume is required, and this has specifically been pointed out, then do not submit a resume.
Also, when documenting your employment history and references, endeavor to keep it as relevant as possible to the job being applied for.