Posts Categorized: News

Interviewing Takes Muscle

A Team Staffing believes “Interviewing is like a muscle…the more you exercise it, the more likely you’ll be pleased with the results.” On average, an office manager may do 5-10 interviews per year. Our diet of 10-20 per week increases our odds of spotting trouble before it happens. Every A Team candidate has endured a rigorous… Read More »

Taking Another Path Can Lead You to a New Beginning- An A Team Success Story

We love to highlight the experience of our clients. We say clients (plural) because in every placement A Team makes, we take it seriously. It is our goal for every placement we make, it will be a win-win by providing a service to the hiring manager AND the employee who is going to work. For… Read More »

Ways To Avoid a Zoom Call Catastrophe

We have recently discussed the “Do’s” when it comes to interview and meeting video calls over Zoom. But what about things to avoid when it comes to interviewing or having a meeting over Zoom? Here are some helpful tips to make sure you standout among the crowd. Look At The Camera This may sound simple,… Read More »

Top “Do’s” to Zoom Video Conferencing

The working environment is always evolving and in recent months most have found themselves in an entirely new situation, working remotely. For some companies daily and weekly meetings are a necessity.  To keep in touch with fellow co-workers and hold group meetings, Zoom*, has become the most popular way to hold a video conference call.… Read More »

Applying Escrow and Title Job Skills – An A Team Success Story

We see candidates apply a set of mortgage, escrow and title job skills gained in one position to an entirely different real estate industry function with great success time and time again.   When a real estate job candidate, employee or client refers someone with knowledge of the industry to us, we pride ourselves on… Read More »

Real Estate Job Search Tips: Cover Letters

  Have we convinced you that one classic real estate job search move can still make all the difference – and move your resume to the “Interview” stack – a customized, well-written cover letter?   Careerbuilder recently published a terrific, concise guide to writing a cover letters that work, titled “Cover Letter 101” . They’ve attached sample… Read More »