Showing posts from August, 2018

How to Give a Good Employee Review

Giving an effective employee review can be essential for development. How is your employee supposed to learn how to grow professionally without an effective review? Our HR consulting company is here to give you a few tips for giving an efficient employee review. If you need HR help with this important task, call Kmet Consulting today at 877-783-5638. How to Give a Good Employee Review Start employee development planning early on. Employees should know what is expected of them from the beginning. Any time you hire someone, have a productive conversation with them. Set goals and allow them to share their most treasured accomplishments thus far with you. The point here is to establish a clear culture of communicating from the beginning, that way when the yearly review comes around, both parties are more prepared for it. Encourage progress with clear communication. Give constructive feedback. The goal of the review should be to encourage development. When you give feedback fo

Team Building Tips for the Workplace

Having a successful company means having a team that works together well. That isn't always the easiest thing to do, but Kmet Consulting is here to give you a few team building tips for the workplace. For HR help you can count on for getting your team back on track, give us a call at 877-783-5638. Team Building Tips for the Workplace Get everyone on the same page by giving them all a role to play in reaching a shared vision.  What's your overall goal for your company? What's the big picture? Once you figure that out, get it on paper and share if with your team. It's important that everyone understands the long term goals and communication is key! Allow your team to be a powerful force by encouraging open communication and making for a workplace culture where everyone helps everyone. Allow your team to volunteer together throughout the community. Not only can community involvement put your company in a positive light but it also gives your employees the ch

What NOT to Wear to a Job Interview

Are you feeling "burnt out" with your current job? Perhaps you are ready to start searching for a new job? If that's the case and you are ready to start a new chapter in your career life, it can be a good idea to freshen up your interviewing skills. A key part to being good in an interview is dressing the part. If you need assistance preparing for an interview, call our HR consulting firm at 877-783-5638. Kmet Consulting is Your One Stop HR Shop and we are here to give you the HR help you need. Keep reading for what NOT to wear to a job interview. What NOT to Wear to a Job Interview Flip-Flops, Sneakers, or Tennis Shoes Wear professional footwear, such as: For women: Business flats  Heels  For men: Dress shoes Excessive, Overly Bright Colors Wear neutral colors to an interview, such as navy, black, gray or brown. Don't be remembered as the bright, flashy green top lady, be remembered for your outstanding achievements and great interview etiqu

3 Amazing Ways to Give Your Employees Thanks

It shouldn't be about "if" you give your employees thanks, it should be about "how" and "how often". As a company owner or manager, where would you be today without your reliable and loyal employees? Would you be as successful as you are right now? Show your employees how thankful you are for their hard work and dedication to you and your company. Not only is this good for employee retainment, but it makes for a positive, uplifting work environment and isn't what most people want out of their jobs? Kmet Consulting is here to give you three amazing ways to give your employees thanks. These are just examples of what you can do. You should try to find out how your employees like being recognized before you try anything. For example, they may not like public recognition. It may make them feel uncomfortable, so a thank you card hand given to them may be best. For HR help you can count on, call 877-783-5638 or visit our website at

Keep Your Employees Engaged at Work

How engaged are your employees at work? As a leader, have you ever asked yourself that question? According to the Inc . sixty-eight percent of employees are disengaged at work. Why does this matter? When your employees are happy and engaged in what are doing, they will most likely produce better results for you and your company can overall be more successful. Sometimes, as a leader, it can be very easy to forget about what really matters and that's how your employees are doing as people and what you can be doing, as a manager to help them grow. For HR help developing your employees, give Kmet Consulting a call today at 877-783-5638. Keep reading for a few tips for keeping your employees engaged at work. Tips for Keeping Your Employees Engaged at Work Communicate with your team and "be real". Create a culture of open communication within your office. Allow employees to "be real" with you and do the same in return. Do whatever you need to do to make su