“It’s all about lifestyle and quality of life,” Jessica Nelson says about attracting millennials to work in the Kansas City area. She’s managing director of TeamKC: Life+Talent, an initiative that acts as a collaborative recruitment tool to expose out-of-town recruits to the benefits of living and working in this area. Nelson has an office at Union Station; the gift box on the left was created by Made in KC and is placed in hotel rooms for recruits.
“It’s all about lifestyle and quality of life,” Jessica Nelson says about attracting millennials to work in the Kansas City area. She’s managing director of TeamKC: Life+Talent, an initiative that acts as a collaborative recruitment tool to expose out-of-town recruits to the benefits of living and working in this area. Nelson has an office at Union Station; the gift box on the left was created by Made in KC and is placed in hotel rooms for recruits. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
“It’s all about lifestyle and quality of life,” Jessica Nelson says about attracting millennials to work in the Kansas City area. She’s managing director of TeamKC: Life+Talent, an initiative that acts as a collaborative recruitment tool to expose out-of-town recruits to the benefits of living and working in this area. Nelson has an office at Union Station; the gift box on the left was created by Made in KC and is placed in hotel rooms for recruits. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

TeamKC initiative works to attract young professionals to the area

January 27, 2017 01:00 PM

UPDATED January 28, 2017 09:18 PM

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