Posts Tagged: escrow staffing firm

Onboarding An Employee Successfully

Being the “new employee” can be daunting. Do you remember what it was like on the first day of school growing up? The emotions running through the body are just the same. Will I fit in? Will I make friends? Am I wearing the right clothes? Appropriately onboarding an employee can set them up for… Read More »

Laying Off? We Can Help!

Our industry continues to have it’s highs and lows. We understand that a contingent work force is part of many of our client’s business plan. This contingent work force may result in temporary staff or a need to reduce their work force due to volume. It is very painful to ’let go’ of someone you… Read More »

ABC’s of Quality Temporary Staffing

As we begin another year, we always think it is important to reflect on both success and areas of improvement. Our industry and the conditions that dictate its staffing needs is ever-changing. Despite that, some basics remain the same. These are the ABC’s of a quality staffing company. Think closely before working with one and… Read More »

Wages: How Low Can You Go?

We receive calls from hiring managers with questions like, “How much should I pay for (insert position)?” When asked this question, we often provide a range. There is no set pay rate for any of the positions within our industry, whether it’s a Receptionist or a Branch Manager. In the same way we ask our… Read More »

Calling All Clients: Escrow Experience! An A Team Success Story

  Gwen, an experienced escrow professional, had only 4 weeks to prepare herself for the family move to California. When her husband received a job transfer to Southern California, the family began preparing for the move and quickly rented a house in Long Beach. With her SoCal location set, Gwen called A Team. She told… Read More »

An Escrow Officer Hunts for a New Position: An A Team Success Story

Today’s A Team Success Story is the story of Carmen. Carmen was an experienced escrow industry professional who had worked three years as Escrow Manager and Escrow Officer responsible for the desk. Her skills were sharp and she’d been careful to keep them up to date by getting training on new regulations and new requirements.… Read More »

Escrow Officer on Emergency Leave! An A Team Success Story

The real estate office manager called in a panic.   The office’s escrow officer had left suddenly on an emergency leave of absence. In a 2-person escrow office this was definitely going to create a backlog of work and delayed closings.  The real estate agents were up in arms, demanding to know how their escrows… Read More »