Posts Tagged: hiring

Ace Your Interview: 6 Interview Prep Tips

  An open job receives an average of 118 applicants. If you’re one of the lucky few to land an interview, you’ve beaten the odds. Time to celebrate? Not exactly. Now you need to nail your interview. At Morgan Hunter, we conduct an average of 257 interviews a month. We’ve seen it all — the… Read More »

5 Interview Questions to Help You Find Quality Candidates

  Quality candidates are getting harder to find. With an improved economy, low unemployment rate and stellar job market, many of the best candidates are already employed. So, when you need to hire, quality candidates are few and far between. How do you ensure that you choose the best candidates for your open positions when… Read More »

44% of Employers Plan to Hire in 2018

  When it comes to hiring and retaining talent, employers should prepare for a challenging 2018. On one hand, 44 percent of companies plan to hire full-time employees and 51 percent will hire temporary employees in the New Year. On the other hand, 45 percent of HR managers have jobs they cannot fill, citing the… Read More »

Employee Spotlight: Andrew Chael

  Every two weeks, we highlight one of our amazing recruiters so you can get to know the Morgan Hunter team a little bit better. This week we spoke with Accounting & Finance Division Sr. Recruiter Andrew Chael!   What did you do before you were a recruiter with Morgan Hunter? I started my post-college career… Read More »

Insights into the Sales Professional: Hiring and Training Trends, Part 2

  David M. Madeo, President of Tilli LLC, and Certified Sales Coach and Trainer, recently sat down with Geoff Farwell, Morgan Hunter Senior Recruiter in the Sales & Marketing division, to discuss hiring and training trends in the sales industry in Part 2 of this Q&A series. Dave: I have thousands of hours of coaching… Read More »

How to Avoid the Costly Mistake 74 Percent of Employers Are Making

  There’s an error nearly three in four employers are making that costs companies an average of $14,900: hiring the wrong person. According to a recent survey, 74 percent of employers say a bad hire has not only cost their company money, it lowered productivity and compromised the quality of their work. While you cannot… Read More »

Our Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

  With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we thought we’d share some of our Morgan Hunter family’s favorite turkey day recipes. Check out the recipes below to find some Thanksgiving favorites along with some non-traditional dishes from the Morgan Hunter team.   Main Dishes   Turkey Dumpling Soup from Kathryn Zahn, Staffing Specialist at MHED … Read More »

Are You Losing Candidates Because of a Poor Background Check Experience?

  Background checks are vital to your business. You need them to verify a candidate’s previous employment and ensure you’re not hiring someone with an unsavory past. But what happens if your background checks are not only helping you avoid bad hires, they are also causing you to lose high-quality candidates because of a poor… Read More »

Majority of Employers Planning to Hire Recent College Graduates This Year

  As college seniors prepare for graduation, many may wonder what their chances are of landing a job. According to a new survey by CareerBuilder, the odds of getting hired are in their favor. Seventy-four percent of employers say they plan on hiring recent college graduates this year, up almost 10 percentage points from last… Read More »

How to Attract & Retain Talent

  With over 5 million job openings and unemployment under 5 percent, there will be plenty of competition for top talent in 2017. How can you and your company appeal to the most talented professionals on the market? And once they’re hired, how can you keep them around? Here some practical tips to attract and… Read More »