The 5 Deadly Sins of Hiring

As a leading staffing agency in Kansas City, Morgan Hunter knows that good employees can give you the edge over your competition; bad employees, on the other hand, can cost your company big time. So how can you ensure you hire right – the first time? Start by avoiding these 5 deadly sins of hiring:… Read More »

5 Rules for Getting Your Social Media Efforts Off to a Great Start

As a staffing firm specializing in filling marketing jobs, Morgan Hunter knows that many of today’s marketing managers have a love / hate relationship with social media. They see the value it offers; but at the same time, they’re overwhelmed by the challenges it poses. For instance, after a day of putting out fires, attending… Read More »

How Your Competitors are Hiring Their Talent

Did you ever wish you could get a true sense of how well a candidate would perform on the job – BEFORE making a commitment to hire them? With temporary-to-hire staffing, you can. And according to recent numbers, more and more companies across the U.S. are taking advantage of this “try before you buy” approach… Read More »

Are Your Job References Ignoring You?

It could happen to you: you get through a series of job interviews and you get an offer—which is contingent on your references checking out. So you call your references to let them know they’ll be getting a call from a hiring manager about you. And they don’t answer your calls. Or your emails. What… Read More »

Pay Attention to What You’re Posting, Or Nobody Else Will

How you represent your company can be as simple as what is included in a job posting. Think about it. Each company has a certain style to its job postings. An established bank has a different tone from a startup technology company. What you say within your posting will determine the type of applicants you… Read More »

When You Google Yourself, What Do You Find?

If you’re looking for a job, you’re hopefully using social media, like Twitter and LinkedIn. And hopefully you’ve already Googled yourself, to see what potential employers—and yes, 89% of them are checking—might see about you. First, you want to make sure they don’t see anything negative. Second, you want to stand out from the competition.… Read More »