Posts Tagged: Kansas City Recruiters

How To Talk to the Employee Who Knows Everything

  Have an employee who thinks they know everything? Their answers are always right. They dismiss the opinions of others. And they don’t want to collaborate because their way is the only way. If this sounds familiar, it can be difficult to deal with, especially when you need this person to be open to feedback… Read More »

Could Partnering With a Recruiter Be the Boost Your Business Needs?

  Hiring is always a challenge, but especially if you don’t have a dedicated HR team. It can be difficult to find the time to devote to this critical task. Partnering with a reputable Kansas City recruiter can provide the answer. But how specifically can your business benefit? Here’s a look at four ways: Insider… Read More »

Is Your LinkedIn Profile Keeping You Off the Radar?

  You spent hours creating and polishing your LinkedIn profile. The only trouble? That was two years ago. You haven’t given it much thought since then. The problem with this kind of hands-off approach is that you’ve fallen off the radar. That means hiring managers and recruiters in Kansas City aren’t going to be able… 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 »

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 first or third person? Your resume should never be written in third person. Use first person but leave out the pronoun “I.” For example, if you’re an administrative assistant, instead of… Read More »

Tips for Setting Goals with Your Recruiter

  Never worked with a Kansas City recruiter before? You might not know what to expect. But one of the most important aspects of the relationship involves establishing goals. When there are clear-cut objectives in place, your recruiter will be better able to match you with career opportunities that are the right fit for you.… Read More »

6 Ways to Leverage Personal Branding in Your Job Search

  Personal branding has been around for decades. But it’s only been in recent years that it’s started to emerge as a key player in career success. It’s mainly thanks to the rise in social media and new technology. And it requires more than a regularly updated LinkedIn profile. For many professionals, it can all… Read More »

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 »

Create Opportunities, Not Just Jobs

  In today’s competitive hiring landscape, top candidates have options. They’re searching out employers who offer more than just good pay and benefits. They want to work at places where they feel rewarded in a culture that’s a fit for their personality and lifestyle. That’s why companies need to take stock of what they’re offering… Read More »

What Happens to Your Resume After You Apply for a Job?

  You spend hours seeking out job leads, crafting the perfect resume, and proofreading it again and again. Then you submit it…only to wait, wait and wait some more. What gives – and what exactly happens to your resume after you hit the “send” button? Your resume is screened. As experienced Kansas City recruiters, Morgan… Read More »