A Better Way to Work – The Workway Difference

This is not just our mantra, but our core mission and promise to our clients and candidates. Since 2005, we have proven success connecting talent to opportunities nationwide. This starts from our internal team and culture. We help financial services companies grow by overcoming their most challenging organization issue: talent acquisition. Consistently canvassing the market to identify passive talent in net zero employment market that would solve our clients challenging hiring needs.

Building relationships with candidates by engaging and marketing to potential candidates on behalf of your organization. Our promise is to be your trusted resource. Building relationships with your teams and fostering talent that enhances your corporate culture. We are more than a staffing firm, we are your talent partner. This is our pledge and guarantee to you.

Real Estate & Mortgage

You make people’s dreams come true. Let us help you find yours!
For the last 10 years, our primary staffing specialization has been in mortgage, title and escrow. We are proud to be one of the top recruiting firms specializing in this niche. We have longstanding relationships with industry leading organizations across the country and a well-established track record of success in placing exceptional candidates.

Banking & Credit Unions

You make a difference in people’s lives. Let us make a difference in yours!
Do you want to work with some of the leading banks and credit unions? Build a role with a company that is anchored by traditions of integrity and first class customer service while providing you with a work environment that brings out your very best.

Accounting & Finance

You ensure organizations are profitable. Let us do the same for you!
Our Finance and Accounting business line includes top companies across a wide range of industries. That means that we can offer an even more richly diverse variety of accounting-related assignments, from staff level positions all the way up to C-level finance executive roles. There has never been a better time to find a great new finance career through Workway!

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Recruitment Resources

Job Hunting Tips for New Graduates

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Let’s face it, looking for a job is one of life’s least enjoyable experiences. But it can be even more daunting when you’re a recent college graduate. It might be hard to imagine how you’ll fill your resume with information that will catch a hiring manager’s eye. The following tips will help you stand out among almost 2 million people who graduate each year. <strong>Customize your Resume and Cover Letter</strong> While you might not be able to fill your resume with loads of experience just yet, make sure you customize it for each job application. Look at the job description and the requirements, then tweak your resume with that position in mind. Don’t bury information that should be standing out. This goes for cover letters, as well. While the cover letter will add time and work, make sure and include one if it’s requested, even if optional. While not all recruiters and hiring managers will read cover letters, you’ll definitely stand out to those that do. <strong>Social Media…Use it!</strong> According to a recent survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 84% of employers utilize social media for recruiting purposes. Let that number sink in for a minute. And why do they use social media? Because it saves them a lot of time. Now get busy and update your LinkedIn profile. Enter information with the recruiter or hiring manager in mind. They’ll want to see information that displays a can-do attitude. List accomplishments, and do so dynamically and proudly. Stating that you were in a fraternity doesn’t say much. Now combine that with how you were a member of the finance committee that raised over $1 million for the construction of a new house speaks volumes. Dollar signs will get their attention. <strong>Elevator Speech</strong> If you don’t know by now what an elevator speech is, it’s a pitch, or sorts, that can be delivered in a short period of time. In this case, your elevator speech should be no longer than thirty (30) seconds, and list what you studied in school, your professional interests, the type of job you’re looking for, and how hiring you will be the best decision a company could make. Talking about yourself might be hard─it is for most─but you need to get over it. Practice your pitch, several times, so that you can deliver it by rote. But make it conversational and not too rehearsed. <strong>Network, Network, Network</strong> Tell everybody you come in contact with that you’re a recent─or soon to be─graduate. Combine this with your personal elevator speech. Ask them if they know of an employer who might be looking for a candidate with your background. Try to get two names to call from each person you speak to. Don’t worry about inconveniencing them; people like to help. It makes them feel good.  It will be rewarding to be an important part of helping you find a job. Right now, like it or not, you’re in sales. But the good thing about job hunting is that you only have to close one sale.  You don’t have to walk around in a starched shirt and tailored suit all day, but you never know when you might encounter an audience for your elevator speech. Delivering it in cut-offs and flip flops reduces its impact. If you have work experience (clerical, administrative, customer service rep, or any other position in one of our <a href="https://workway.com/about-us/business-lines/">business lines</a>) and would like to discuss a temporary or temp-to-hire position <a href="https://workway.com/contact-us/">contact Workway</a> today. We place qualified job-seekers in direct hire, temp-to-hire and temporary positions in a variety of fields, both regionally and nationally.