Title Processor (Current Employee) – Pennsylvania – October 10, 2017
During the hiring process, I was heavily pitched the work-life balance, and that working from home when school was closed, inclement weather, etc. would never be a problem. I have never been approved to work from home, and was never told before being hired that there is a multi-level process to be approved. Every interaction with management, I'm told one thing and almost immediately "I didn't say that..." So if you work with this company, get everything in writing.
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 24, 2018
The company is very much goal and profit driven, which helps the employees since it is an Employee Owned Company. The company is very proactive and progressive in looking to the future to continue to be viable. However, the company culture is one of family and concern for the employees. They recognize that the employees must participate, have fun and be happy in order to achieve overall success.
Never get to meet everyone due to distance of offices
Corporate Office (Current Employee) – Media, PA – June 12, 2018
The culture at Title Alliance is what really sets the company apart from the competition. There is a sense of family while strongly operating as a business. Management has continued to listen to ideas and has implemented vast amount of changes into the day to day business. In the last several months there has been a strong emphasis placed on consistency and growth in our companies which will bode well for all of us in the ESOP valuation.
The opportunity I was waiting for my whole work life
Senior Marketing Specialist (Current Employee) – Media, PA – February 17, 2018
I never thought I would enjoy working in title insurance, but never in my life have I had a more fulfilling job. The opportunities and potential for growth are amazing. The supportive culture Is unlike many other companies (and I’ve been exposed to MANY different company cultures in my life.) things can get very busy at times, but there’s always someone there to lend a helping hand. I’m trully amazed at my own personal development since I started at Title Alliance, and I’m excited for the potential for my career! My worst day at Title Alliance was better than my best day at most (if not all) my previous jobs.
Potential for growth, work/life balance, culture, compensation
Operation Liaison and Settlement Officer (Former Employee) – Media, PA – September 5, 2017
I was hired strictly on my years of experience in the Title Industry. They did not have a position for me, however, they knew that my credentials would help them find one for me. This never happened. They put me in an office up in Easton PA that had absolutely no business. I traveled 100 miles a day, round trip, to do absolutely nothing. This drove me crazy. I am a person who needs to be busy.
Salary and benefits
travel time and little to no activity in my position
Closer (Former Employee) – Media, PA – June 14, 2017
not a 9-5 job. could be long hours. I learned computers, software, how to clear title, how to conduct closings, excel, outlook, everything about the title business. The atmosphere could be stressful with deadlines, demanding people, etc. Management mostly left us alone unless there was a problem. There was always someone to contact for help, a problem, etc. The most difficult part of the job was making sure that you got what you needed from all parties. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with new home buyers. Benefits were a plus.