Posts Categorized: Management Tips

Does Your Company Culture Promote These Workplace Woes?

  Despite the latest technology, top-of-the-line amenities, and flex scheduling policies, today’s workplaces are riddled with issues like stress and burnout. In fact, according to a 2018 Gallup study of nearly 7,500 full-time employees, 23% reported feeling burned out at work “very often” or “always.” An additional 44% reported feeling burned out “sometimes.” That’s a… Read More »

4 Ways to Keep Your Team Motivated This Fall

  As a manager, one of your most important tasks is to keep your team motivated and achieving company goals. This can be tough to do when you’re juggling different projects, demanding deadlines and dissimilar personalities. The good news is that there are some general steps you can take today that will help you to… Read More »

Is Your Employment Brand Killing Your Recruiting Results?

  Your employment brand is more than just a marketing buzzword. It plays a significant part in how both active and passive candidates perceive your company. It can therefore help (or hinder) your recruiting and hiring efforts in a big way. Here’s how: Supports recruiting and retention efforts. When employees are passionate about your brand… Read More »

4 Stats to Help You Reevaluate Your Recruitment Strategy

  The hiring landscape has changed dramatically in recent years. Low unemployment and a lack of skilled workers has accelerated competition for talent. As you try to find high-performing professionals for your open positions, it may be time to reevaluate your recruitment strategy. Luckily, LinkedIn just released a report that offers compelling statistics that can… Read More »

Reduce Your Time-to-Hire to Save Money and Land Better Candidates

  Competition for talent is at an all-time high, and companies are struggling to find quality candidates to fill their positions. Consider this: For the first time in 20 years, the number of job openings exceeds the number of unemployed Americans. That means there are more available jobs than there are people to fill them!… Read More »

Attract Millennials to Your Company with Social Media

  Millennials – those born between 1981 and 1996 – have come of age in a world where social media is a regular part of daily life. That’s likely why, according to statistics, they use it as much as a 100% more than Baby Boomers. In addition, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center:… Read More »

Direct Hire or Contract Placements: Which Staffing Solution is Right For Your Company?

  Business is booming and you need help meeting demand, filling orders and getting them out the door. But should you work with your Kansas City staffing partner to hire full-time team members, or are contract workers a better bet? From the employer side, both offer good options to help fill different needs. It depends… Read More »

Employee Productivity Tanking? 5 Strategies to Help You Turn it Around

  When it comes to your people, they can make or break your company. That’s why, if you’re noticing that productivity is tanking, you need to take steps to deal with underperforming employees and get your team back on track. Where do you begin? Here are some tips from the KC staffing experts at Morgan… Read More »

Today’s Employment Market is Tight: Here’s How to Keep Your Employees from Quitting

  When it comes to your business, you need great people who are committed to its success. But if you have a lot of turnover, it can seriously hinder productivity, customer satisfaction, and bottom line results. In a tight market with low unemployment and quality candidates in demand, how can you keep your people happy… Read More »

Insights into the Sales Professional: Hiring and Training Trends, Part 1

  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 1 of this Q&A series.   Geoff: When It comes to placing sales… Read More »