eBook: The Ultimate Interview Guide

    At Morgan Hunter, we interview more than 250 candidates a month. We know what it takes for a job seeker to have a successful interview. And now we are sharing our knowledge with you. In this eBook, you will learn: How to answer the 10 most common interview questions What to focus on… Read More »

Employee Anniversary Spotlight: Brian Price

  At Morgan Hunter, we’re lucky to have so many tenured recruiters. As our employees celebrate their Morgan Hunter anniversaries, we thought you’d like to get to know them a little better! Today Brian Price, a Director in our Sales, Marketing, & Advertising Division, is celebrating 8 years with Morgan Hunter.   When did you… Read More »

4 Things to Consider Before You Accept a Job Offer

  Getting offered a new job is a great feeling. Finally, all your hard work has paid off. But now you need to decide if you want to accept the offer. For some job seekers, the decision will be easy. For others, not so much. You may have learned some things throughout the interview process… Read More »

How to Find Top Talent in a Candidate-Driven Job Market

  During the Great Recession, the U.S. lost 8.7 million jobs, the unemployment rate hit 10 percent, and employers were controlling the job market. Looking back, we’ve certainly come a long way. Since 2010, the private sector has added 14.5 million jobs and the unemployment rate currently stands at five percent. In this new job… Read More »

13 Unusual Things Job Seekers Have Done to Get Noticed

  When applying and interviewing for jobs, you want to stand out from the competition. Sometimes, out-of-the-box tactics work great to get a hiring manager’s attention. But other times, those strategies can come across as unprofessional, hindering your chance of landing the job. A recent survey by CareerBuilder highlights some of the more unusual things… Read More »

4 Skills Executives Want from Their Assistants

  When most people think of Executive Assistants, they tend to think that their job consists mainly of administrative work. But as most Executive Assistants will tell you, that’s simply not accurate. Today’s Executive Assistants hold many varied responsibilities. They must anticipate an executive’s needs. They need to keep their boss organized and on time.… Read More »

5 Big Benefits of Hiring Veterans

  On Memorial Day, we take time to remember the people who gave their lives while serving in our armed forces. But what about those who are done serving our country? As Memorial Day approaches, let us not forget the men and women who have sacrificed so much for us. Many come home to find… Read More »

4 Soft Skills Employers Want in a New Hire

  Your resume contains information about your education and experience, but does it talk enough about your soft skills? If not, it should. An overwhelming majority of employers — 77 percent — think that soft skills are as important as hard skills, according to a CareerBuilder survey. And when evaluating job candidates, they are giving… Read More »

6 Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview

  Believe it or not, landing an interview is the easy part of job hunting. The hard part is convincing the hiring manager that you are — above all other candidates — the best person for the job. Most job seekers will prepare and practice answers to common interview questions. Equally as important is knowing… Read More »

4 Tips for Managing Remote Employees

  Hiring remote employees has become increasingly popular in recent years. Employers are beginning to recognize the benefits of remote workers: lower overhead costs, wider pool of qualified candidates and lower turnover. But organizations with remote employees are still struggling with how to effectively manage those who work from home. If this sounds familiar, follow… Read More »