Majority of Employers Say Something on Social Media Caused Them to Not Hire a Candidate

  Would you want potential employers to see everything you’ve ever posted on social media? If the answer is no, you better start cleaning up your online profiles fast — especially if you’re looking for a new job. According to a recent survey by CareerBuilder, a whopping 70 percent of employers use social media to… Read More »

Infographic: Make Sure Your Social Media is Employer Ready

This infographic was created by  Stevenson University Online Other articles you may be interested in: More Employers Than Ever Using Social Media to Screen Candidates Don’t Let LinkedIn Mistakes Cost You Opportunities   Ready to Find a New Job? Call the team at Morgan Hunter. As one of Kansas City’s most trusted employment agencies, we spend… Read More »

How to Use Social Media to Research a Company’s Culture

  You want to be happy where you work. And while a competitive salary, good health insurance, and a great company match on your retirement plan are all important, the biggest factor for job satisfaction is company culture. To be truly happy at work, you need to determine if a company’s culture is right for… Read More »

Leveraging LinkedIn: How to Use Social Media in Your Job Hunt

If the last time you were on the job hunt was a decade ago, then you might be using some antiquated resources for finding a new position. Asking friends, searching job boards and reading the newspaper might be a good way to find open positions, but today’s candidates will need more. One way that prospective… Read More »