Posts Categorized: Employers

How to Write a Job Description

  One of the biggest challenges for employers is finding quality candidates to fill their open positions. If you can relate, there’s something you can do to entice top talent to apply for your openings: write better job descriptions. Your job description should clearly explain what you expect from applicants but should also actively sell… Read More »

5 Training Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Newest Hire

  When hiring, you invest extensive time and effort recruiting, screening, and evaluating high-potential accounting candidates from in and around Kansas City. Once a decision is finalized, it, therefore, feels like time to celebrate. But to make the most of your new hire and ensure they get off to a productive start, it’s critical they’re… Read More »

5 of the Best Free Marketing Tools

  If you work for a start-up or small business, your marketing budget is probably pretty small. Yet you still need a few powerful tools to effectively market your product or service. Luckily there are many free marketing tools that can make a big impact on your business. Here are 5 of the best free… Read More »

Want to Win the 2019 Talent War? Try Offering These Unique Benefits

  Competition for talent in 2019 has been intense — and there’s no indication that it will get any easier. That was the overriding theme of last week’s Team KC Training Camp, an annual talent leadership summit sponsored by Morgan Hunter. Much of the program focused on steps companies should take if they hope to… Read More »

Simple Marketing Tips to Make You Stand Out to Candidates

  With a national unemployment rate hovering slightly above 4% – and Kansas City’s just below – today’s top talent have their pick of job opportunities. Therefore, if you want to appeal to them, you need to stand out. But that can feel like a tall order to fill when you’re busy with so many… Read More »

How to Interview for Leadership Skills

  Whether it’s a mid-level manager or your organization’s next CFO, the leader you hire for your team can have a significant impact on company success. But leadership skills and abilities can be notoriously hard to screen for. After all, so many of them are intangible. Not only that, but high-level candidates are savvy at… Read More »

4 Podcasts Every Marketing Professional Should Listen To

  As a marketing professional, part of your job is staying on top of current industry trends. But with heavy workloads, tight deadlines and (hopefully) a personal life, it’s hard to find time to learn every emerging trend is the ever-changing marketing world. Podcasts are a wonderful solution. You can listen to them during your… Read More »

4 Awesome Apps for Administrative Professionals

  Administrative professionals are expected to wear a lot of hats in the workplace. From scheduling meetings to planning travel — even managing social media accounts — it can be tough to keep everything organized. The good news is, there are multiple apps that can help you better manage your responsibilities. Here’s a look at 4… Read More »

3 Ways to Build Skill Set Diversity in Your Team

  It’s been proven time and again that organizations that embrace skill set diversity also see their productivity numbers increase, as well. This is simply because this kind of diversity boosts innovation, problem solving and creativity, translating into higher profits and more revenue growth. That being said, incorporating more diversity into your team isn’t always… Read More »

Differences Between Corporate Recruiters and Agency Recruiters

  In the recruiting world, there are two different types of recruiters: Corporate Recruiters and Agency Recruiters. Corporate Recruiters are employed by a company to find candidates for their open positions. Agency Recruiters are employed by a staffing agency. When a company needs to fill a position, they partner with a staffing agency to find… Read More »