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Get Noticed With an Incredible Resume

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It's 2018 and perhaps you made a goal for yourself at the beginning of the year - to have a new job before Christmas. You still have time! It can be tough to stand out from other job candidates with all of the great resumes out there. Our HR consulting company is here to help you stand out and get noticed with an incredible resume. For help writing an incredible resume, call Your One Stop HR Shop, Kmet Consulting at 877-783-5638 today. Keep reading for a few helpful resume writing tips.


Helpful Resume Writing Tips
Don't put your whole life story on your resume.
You should only list your job history dating back to the last 10 to 15 years or so. That being said, you should only list jobs that relate to the job you are applying for. For example, if you are applying to be a computer programmer, the hiring manager doesn't need to know that you held a job in the fast food industry for a couple years to put yourself through college. If you've had internships in IT departments …

Recruitment Tips for Fall 2018

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Hiring the right people can be such a hard task, especially when you are on a time crunch to fill an open position. It's important to take the time to do this correctly and our HR consulting firm is here to give you a few recruitment tips to get you through fall 2018. If you need HR assistance getting this task done for your business, call Kmet Consulting, Your One Stop HR Shop today at 877-783-5638.


Recruitment Tips for Fall 2018
Be honest when writing the job description.
The job description can be the first glance into the position the prospective job candidate gets. There is no reason to leave major duties out because you think if you list them that fewer candidates will be attracted to the listing. Being honest about what this job truly entails will help you attract the right employee and can save you from having to hire someone else in six months because the person you hired is learning that this job isn't for them because they didn't really know what they were getting…

Red Flags to Watch For When Hiring New People

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When you are in charge of hiring people for your company, you have a lot of responsibility. These people could be the future of the company if you are able to hire the RIGHT people. Sometimes that task can be easier said than done. You can only learn so much about a person from their resume and an interview. Our HR consulting company is here to give you a few red flags to watch for when hiring new people. If you need help recruiting the right people to become a part of your team, call  Kmet Consulting today at 877-783-5638.


Red Flags to Watch For When Hiring New People
Poor Work History
If the candidate has had a ton of jobs in different fields, that may be a sign that they don't know what they want to do with their lives. This may be a red flag because if you hire them, they may decide in six months they want to work somewhere else doing something different. Hire those who are passionate about what they do and are confident this is the industry they want to be in.

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The Makes of a Great Manager

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Good management can make or break a company. A good manager needs to be able to set an example for current employees and new employees who are just starting with the company. According to LinkedIn, 75% of employees who left their jobs did so because of their bosses. Kmet Consulting is here to give you a rundown of what attributes can make for a great manager. We teach HR basics for management if you are need of HR help, please give us a call today at 877-783-5638.


The Makes of a Great Manager
Doesn't Micromanage
Micromanaging your employees can mean you don't trust them to perform the duties they were hired to do. It can be very off-putting and lead to employee turnover quickly. Allow your employees to do what they do best. If you can show that you trust them, you may find that you are happier with the results.

Develops Employees
Show your employee's you care about their professional growth by allowing them opportunities to learn, such as seminars, conferences, or networking…