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 »

Best practices for nailing your virtual job interview

As the coronavirus outbreak changes the way many of us conduct our professional lives, it’s definitely impacting the overall hiring process for businesses across the world and here in Kansas City—including how you interview for that next position. Yet, instead of delaying the process, many companies are moving forward by simply taking those in-person candidate… Read More »

Brian Price Interviewed for KU Edwards Campus Career Blog

Director Brian Price recently spoke with Laura Williams, answering some of the most “perplexing” salary-negotiation questions for employers and job seekers on the KU Edwards Blog. Among the topics discussed were: Tips for negotiating your job salary Why it’s important for employers to know current salary ranges in Kansas City Positions trending through the next… Read More »

Interview Tips: How To Answer “Tell Me About a Time You Failed on the Job”

There are many questions that candidates dread. But talking about failures is definitely at the top of the list. After all, how are you supposed to discuss your biggest career mistake without painting yourself in a bad light? At Morgan Hunter, we know it’s possible to answer this question and still impress the hiring manager.… Read More »

Is Your Boss Really Invested in You?

Every day, you show up to work on time and with a great attitude. You’re detail-oriented, complete projects ahead of schedule, and go above and beyond in any way you can. But your boss doesn’t seem to notice. Are they simply stretched thin – too busy – or are you underappreciated? Here are some questions… Read More »