Look Before You Leap: Evaluating a Recruiting Firm

  From experience to terms and pricing, we’ve talked both here and here about internal characteristics you should look for when hiring a recruiting firm. But what about other essentials, like online reviews and client references? These are just as important to evaluate when you’re considering partnering with a recruiting firm. And in today’s day and age,… Read More »

Don’t Let LinkedIn Mistakes Cost You Opportunities

  LinkedIn is vital to job searching success. In fact, 94 percent of today’s recruiters – in Kansas City and beyond – use it as part of their process, whether it’s to find, vet or network with candidates. That means if you don’t have a profile, or if you have one but it’s not put… Read More »

6 Cost-Effective Ways to Market Your Business

  As a leading Kansas City recruitment firm, Morgan Hunter knows that with so much invested in overhead, marketing can oftentimes take a back burner for many companies. However, it’s a function that’s fundamental for business success. It can help you gain credibility and trust, win new clients, and attract top talent. The good news is that you can… Read More »

Making the Impossible Possible: How to Find Your Ideal Candidate

As an experienced recruitment firm in Kansas City, Morgan Hunter knows finding the ideal candidate for your job opening is complicated – particularly if you have a difficult-to-fill position that requires someone with a specialized skill set. For many employers, they stick with the traditional methods of posting job descriptions on job boards and listing opportunities on their websites. While… Read More »

The Pros & Cons of Hiring a Candidate Who Was Previously Fired in a Past Position

As a leading Kansas City recruitment agency, Morgan Hunter knows finding the right person for the job can be a challenge. So when an ideal resume from a candidate comes across your desk, you’ll do almost anything to make it work. But what if during the course of the hiring process you find out that person was fired… Read More »