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They advocate for the company they place you with and care nothing about the applicant.

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Dont apply. As other posts say you get one interview. Then offered jobs way below what you have to have. Ironically I got positions from the parent company.

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Dont be overly touchey feeley. Be yourself.

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Male sure you look how you want the interviewer to feel.

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Apply as though it is the employer...because it is. Prepare a great resume; that's what is sent to others. Tout your skills in relation to posted jobs. If you see a possible match online, CALL the person listed in the posting and point out skill matches. (Don't apply online as the office doesn't always know what is posted online by corporate.) If you don't get a callback within 2 hours, call again and follow-up with an email. Call again if there is no response by the next day. Sometimes, people are in meetings, away for training, or are experiencing family issues - just like the rest of us. So, if you can't contact that person after repeated efforts, ask to speak with someone else who can help you.

In the meantime, take advantage of the numerous resources offered by Robert Half. Their free online courses and videos help you upgrade or learn skills to expand your ability to get better paying positions or to be offered permanent hiring by the temp placement. If you fall just short of a position requirement (i.e., typing or data entry speeds), you can practice, then ask for a new test to establish an increased ability.

Overall, make the effort to get a job; Office Team won't take your interest in working seriously if you dont.

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Honestly, no! They do NOT communicate well at all unless it is convenient for them basically. I had a FaceTime interview with them I'd say in the fall of 2017 and here it is Spring 2018 and have sent a few emails, never received a reply nor a phone call back. However, because they were looking for jobs to be filled I did receive an email, which I responded to, so now just have to wait and see how long it takes to get a response unfortunately.

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I can't! Office Team doesn't communicate!

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Be welll neat and look eye to eye. Be relax dont be to over talk till. This is very nice company to work for, friendly people and we all work as team.

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They are position to a point. You have to keep calling almost to badger them.

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Don't have high expectations. They share great and encouraging information about great leads but that's where the communication ends. Few contacts, meetings, assignments. It also becomes increasingly difficult to get a team member on the line to answer a question.

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