Access and manage your employment and income data stored in The Work Number® database. You can start by logging in to view your information electronically. It’s a simpler and faster way to review your information.
Anyone can request their Employment Data Report, and you can help ensure all data presented in The Work Number database is correct.
See your employment and income history and view verifiers who have requested your data in the past two years.
With access to your Employment Data Report from The Work Number, you can see what data employers have contributed or viewed.
How to Manage Your Data
To log in to your The Work Number account online, you will need either: your company name, employer code, or your employer-provided user ID and password.
Step 1 • Find Your Employer
After clicking Sign Up, enter your employer code or search for your employer by
Step 2 • Log In
First-time Users: If you do not have a user ID or password, you can call our Client Service Center at 866-604-6570 to request a copy of the report. Registered Users: Enter the user ID and password you created or enter your employer-provided user ID.
Step 3 • Confirm Your Identity
To help protect your data, confirm your identity by providing your phone number or email address
to receive a one-time passcode.
Step 4 • Create Your Password
Once logged in, you will be required to create a personalized user ID and password. Please remember your personal user ID and password as stringent security standards are in
place, by law, to help protect your data.
Find answers to some common questions you may have.
Your Employment Data Report shows all the information The Work Number has in your file at the time of your request. It also shows a list of all verifiers who have procured your information in the past 24 months.
A salary key is a six-digit number that allows one-time access to your information. A verifier will advise when a salary key is needed. To generate a salary key, log in to view your data and search for your employer.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a law passed by the state of California that seeks to enhance privacy rights and consumer data protections for the residents of California.
The CCPA contains an exemption for information regulated by the FCRA. Equifax is working to help ensure the scope of the FCRA exemption is applied appropriately to the personal information within Equifax control including The Work Number.
Stay up to date on, view, and manage your employee and income data.