As more employees work remotely, your company culture can take a hit if not carefully nurtured. Learn how to adapt culture to the virtual world—so nothing gets lost in translation.… Read More »
Local companies finding new ways to use temporary workers during health crisis
With local businesses facing a wildly volatile and uncertain job market during this time of pandemic, several area employers are finding innovative ways to use contract and temporary workers to keep their business moving forward.… 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 »
How Does a Manager Bring a Shy Employee Out of Their Shell?
If your team is like most, it has many different personalities on it. There’s the creative, the natural-born salesperson, the stickler for rules, the free spirit and, of course, the shy one. When it comes to the latter, they can be especially tough to manage since half the time you aren’t even sure what they’re… Read More »
Employers Plan to Increase Utilization of Staffing Firms in Next 5 Years
Employers are struggling to find qualified candidates for their open positions, and many are turning to staffing firms for help. According to a survey by CareerBuilder, 54 percent of employers plan to increase their use of staffing firms in the next five years. “Even with new technologies pushing industry evolution, staffing firms will continue… Read More »
4 Blogs Every Administrative Professional Should Follow
If you want to have a successful career as an Administrative Assistant, you need to continually develop your skills. But the heavy workloads and demanding schedules of the modern administrative professional makes it difficult to find time for professional development. So, what can you do? Blogs geared toward administrative professionals are a great solution.… Read More »
How Long is Too Long to Wait for the Right Hire?
Hiring is one of the most important functions at your company. So when you find the right-fit candidate for a role, you want them on board, making an impact, as quickly as possible. But what if that individual won’t commit right away? They have the experience, the qualifications, and the personality…and yet, they’re undecided… 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 »
How to Write a Resignation Letter
You worked with Morgan Hunter and found a new job. Congratulations! Your hard work, interview preparation, and countless applications have finally paid off. You’re ready and excited for your new role — everything is falling into place. But first, you need to quit your current job. Part of that is writing a resignation letter.… Read More »
Should Your Resume Be Written in 1st or 3rd Person?
Before you sit down to write your resume, there’s one crucial question you need to answer first: should my resume be written in the first or third person? Your resume should never be written in the third person. Use first-person but leave out the pronoun “I.” For example, if you’re an administrative assistant, instead… Read More »