A look into a recruiter’s recipe for success

Jobseekers are recipe-less bakers, often left to figure out what a company is looking for, its culture and day-to-day expectations all on their own. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. From my experience as a recruiter, I’ve found there are many misconceptions about what recruiters can offer for candidates, and how the process typically works. … Read More »

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER SHORTAGE REVEALS GROWING NEED FOR PARAPROFESSIONALS

When we think of the people responsible for educating our children, we typically think of teachers. But there is another unsung hero in America’s classrooms whose job is just as important as a teacher’s — the paraprofessional. Like those who lead the classroom, paraprofessionals require a substitute in their absence. Paraprofessionals, also known as paras,… Read More »

Q&A: TeamKC gives us a look inside the local job market

The back-and-forth of the pandemic hiring market has made it more confusing than ever for both jobseekers and employers. For a clearer perspective, Morgan Hunter Sales, Marketing & Operations director Brian Price asked Team KC with the Kansas City Area Development Council (KCADC) how our local workforce is faring right now.… Read More »

Chalk up a win with staffing firm services

Chalk up a win for staffing firms

You have a stellar in-house HR department. They’ve handled plenty of hiring over the years. So, why would you need a recruitment agency to help with staffing needs? Let’s go with a baseball analogy: A team’s pitching staff is full of specialists—starting pitchers, long relief pitchers, short relief pitchers, set-up pitchers and closers. While a… Read More »