Showing posts from July, 2018

Questions to NOT Ask in a Job Interview

Job interviews typically make most people nervous and it can be easy to blurt something out without thinking. Do your best to control your nerves and just be yourself. There are questions that you absolutely should never ask when interviewing with a potential employer if you want to get the job and Kmet Consulting is here to give you a few examples. If you need help preparing for an important job interview, call our HR consulting company today at 877-783-5638. Questions to NOT Ask in a Job Interview Can this job be done from home? Typically, if the job can be done from home it will be stated in the job description. It is not appropriate to ask this because it can come off like you are asking for special conditions before you even get the job. How often do you promote your employees? If you ask this can seem as if you are being too eager or possibly pompous. You don't want to come off like you are expecting a promotion within the first two weeks. Are you going to mon

Job Seeking Tips for the College Graduate

Toward your final years of college, the pressure to find a good, solid, career can begin to set in. In your last year, if you aren’t on the ball, opportunities can slip away. Kmet Consulting is the expert when it comes to job seeking, and we have several tricks up our sleeve to help YOU land your dream job. If you’re a college student getting ready to head out into “the real world,” don’t worry. The best HR consulting company is here to let you know that “the real world” isn’t all that different from the one you’re living in right now! YOUR RESUME That little piece of paper can be intimidating! Your resume can make or break an opportunity for you and should differentiate you from the crowd. We can help you craft a resume to showcase all your greatest qualities and accomplishments, such as industry-specific awards, certifications and advanced degrees. Unfortunately, most companies can’t afford to get to know the person behind every resume they receive. By properly and uniquely c

Are You Where You Want to Be Professionally?

Are you where you want to be professionally in life? Do you feel fulfilled in your career? If your answer is no, there are steps you can take to be where you want to be. Life is too short to be unhappy at your job. If you'd like help interviewing and preparing to get your dream job, call Kmet Consulting at 877-783-5638 today. We can provide HR help you can count on. Keep reading for a few tips on how to be happier professionally. Are You Where You Want to be Professionally? Set Your Professional Goals If you are in a job long enough and you don't feel like you are growing professionally or have the opportunities to do so, you may feel bored or out of place. Set goals for yourself to stay motivated. For example, if you want that promotion to manager, don't get in your head and talk yourself out of it, go for it. Build Professional Relationships Have you ever heard that saying, "it is what you make of it"? If you truly want to be happier professionall

Empower Your Employees

With many jobs, you may see your employees or co-workers more often then you see your actual family. With this in mind, it's important that you do everything in your power as a manager to make for a positive work environment. Inspire your employees and make them feel empowered. Not sure how to go about this important task? Call Kmet Consulting for HR help . Keep reading for a few tips on how to empower your employees. Empower Your Employees Tip #1: Show you have trust in our employees. Make for a positive environment by having loyal employees. A great way to promote employee loyalty is to show you trust them by taking a step back and allowing them to accomplish the goals you have set for them. There's no need to watch from over their shoulder, show your trust and just be there for them if or when they need your assistance. Tip #2: Give credit where credit is due. Recognize employees when they deserve it. If you have an employee who has gone above and beyond for y