Posts Tagged: job search

Looking For a New Career? Temporary Staffing Can Help!

Is your career starting to get dull? Have you thought of taking a temporary job to see what’s out there? If you’ve always had an interest in the real estate industry but didn’t know where to start, here is your chance and we can help! Taking a temporary assignment is not just a “one-day” working… Read More »

Tips for Applying to Jobs on Facebook

When it comes to applying for jobs, there are many avenues nowadays to get your resume seen. Facebook is one of the newest ways to search for jobs and to apply for jobs. Here are a few helpful tips to keep in mind when applying to jobs on Facebook.   Attach a Resume  When you… Read More »

Tips on Being a Better Proofreader

You just wrote a great cover letter for a job posting, now what? It’s time to proofread your work! – Did you just let out a sigh? It’s ok if you did. Proofreading can be a tedious task to correct any mistakes. Here are a few helpful tips on how to be a better proofreader… 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 »

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 »

When’s the last time you googled yourself – as a job-seeker or an employer looking to hire?

    Seriously, how long has it been since you checked out your own – or your company’s –  online footprint?           As a job-seeker, you want to be sure recruiters and prospective employers don’t run into photos, rants, re-posts, tweets or any online content that brings questions, raised eyebrows or… Read More »

More Good Advice on Job Searching – and Getting the Interview

In an article titled “Job Hunting in the Digital Age” in this morning’s New York Times, recruiters, a VP at Indeed and a job hunter who learned lessons the hard way offer up some good advice for job hunters – advice that’s very relevant to job seekers in escrow, title and mortgage. The advice is spot-on:… Read More »