Showing posts from January, 2019

What NOT To Do as a Manager

Whether you are aspiring to be a manager one day or are currently in management, this blog is for you. Managers hold a very important role. As a manager, you are meant to set a good example for your employees. If you are negative in the workplace, the odds are, that negativity will trickle down to your employees and effect office morale. To help keep you on track, our HR consulting firm is here to give you a few things to avoid doing as a manager. If you are interested in cultivating employees into managers one day, call Kmet Consulting today at 877-783-5638. We offer leadership development programs that can help transform your employees into strong managers. When creating a leadership development program, our HR consulting company makes sure your business has a clear vision and stated goals, identifies potential candidates and fosters their success. What NOT To Do as a Manager Miscommunicate your directions. Don't be that manager that is too hard to understand and too i

Improve Your Employee Review Process in 2019!

It is 2019 and a new year can mean a new direction for your team! Many people choose to improve themselves as a New Year's resolution, so why not make it a goal to improve your employee review process too? Too often companies are afraid to change and break away from tradition, but sometimes change is necessary for improvement. Kmet Consulting is here to give you a few tips for improving your employee review process in 2019. For further HR help with this important task, call our HR consulting company today at 877-783-5638. RECOGNITION AND FEEDBACK Thank your employees for all the hard work they contribute to your company. Make them feel appreciated and thank them for their time. Leave a positive impression on your employee. Employee reviews are meant to help inspire improvement, not to leave the employee feeling less confident about themselves and the work they have been doing. Make your feedback clear and to the point. For example, if you are the manager of a restauran

What NOT to Say When Interviewing for Your Dream Job

It is 2019 and the possibilities are endless! If you have decided enough is enough and now is the time to pursue your dream job, congratulations, and good for you, for taking such a courageous step. Change is not always easy, but sometimes it is necessary for you to be professionally happy. So, if that means you need to take a shot and interview for your dream job, do it. Your One Stop HR Shop is here to give you a few tips on what NOT to say when interviewing for your dream job. If you'd like some help preparing for your interview , give Kmet Consulting a call. We can be reached at 877-783-5638. What NOT to Say When Interviewing for Your Dream Job "What do you all do here?" Asking this question in a job interview is such a NO NO. When you go into to interview for your dream job, those hiring managers expect you to have researched their company and already know what they do going in. Asking something like this show that you are unprepared. "What is the s

Negative Employees: How to Keep the Negativity from Spreading in the Workplace

It's 2019 and it is going to be a GREAT year, whether those negative employees like it or not. Let's face it, every workplace has at least one negative employee in the bunch, but at as a manager, you want to try and contain the negativity so it doesn't spread to other employees and bring down company morale. How do you go about doing this though? If negativity spreads and your company doesn't look like a good place to work anymore, then how will you retain employees? How will you recruit employees? Kmet Consulting , Your One Stop HR Shop is here to give you a few tips for containing the negativity so it doesn't spread in the workplace. For HR help you can count on, call Kmet Consulting . We specialize in providing HR assistance in Missouri , Iowa, and Nationwide. Negative Employees: How to Keep the Negativity from Spreading in the Workplace Take action ASAP. It has come to your attention that a negative employee is disturbing other employees. Do not put