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How to Bring Your Team Together This Summer!

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Summer 2019 is approaching quickly and it can be very easy for employees to feel less motivated in the summer. Whether your employees have summer vacations they are coming back from and are having a hard time returning to work after or their children are now out of school for the summer and they are experiencing difficulties finding affordable childcare and the stress of that could be making them feel less motivated at work - either way, Your One Stop HR Shop is here to help you bring your team together this summer. Co-workers should be able to rely on one another to get things done and to work toward accomplishing the same shared goal together. Your HR consulting firm knows how important team building activities can be when trying to promote employee bonding. Keep reading for a few ideas from our HR consulting company on how to bring your team together this summer.


Make time to work out as a team this summer.
Work can be stressful and adding fitness sessions for your employees to part…

9 Tips to SHINE in Your Next Job Interview

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There is no shame for looking for a new job if you feel your current one has run its course. Perhaps you are overqualified for your position and you feel your boss won't promote you, maybe you were destined for greater things. Whatever your reason may be for job seeking, Your One Stop HR Shop is here to help you. Kmet Consulting specializes in providing Job Seeking help. We can help you land your dream job. Keep reading for 9 tips to SHINE in your next job interview.


9 Tips to SHINE in Your Next Job Interview
1. Ask about their culture.
Have the interviewer explain what the day-to-day work environment is like. If the company has a culture book or something similar, ask if you can see it!

2. Only bring the essentials.
You can never be too prepared for a job interview, carry extra resumes, a list of questions to ask the interviewer, a list of references, paper to take notes on, and something to write with.

• gum
• anything else beyond yourself and your credentials
• your cell phone in…

How to Avoid Being Stressed at Your Job

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Your job shouldn't be so stressful that it is literally affecting your health. Yes, salaries are needed to support yourself and your family but you need to be happy with what you are doing. Too many people dread going to their jobs every day. If you find yourself needing to switch jobs and are ready to make a big career move, Your One Stop HR Shop is here to provide the Job Seeking Help you need. In the meantime, take a look at these tips on how to avoid being stressed at work.

How to Avoid Being Stressed at Your Job
Learn to manage your time VERY well.
Feeling like you don’t have enough time at work can be a top cause of stress. Combat this by managing your time more efficiently. Make a schedule and a to-do list. Do what you must do to get your job done in a timely manner.

Lean on your co-workers, family, and friends for emotional support.
Don’t let your feelings “bottle up” within you. Expressing them and venting occasionally is healthy, so reach out to your co-workers, friends, a…

Pump Up Your Workplace with Some Positivity!

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Positivity breeds productivity! Who wants to go to a workplace every day where they feel bad? Believe it or not, there are tips you can follow, as a manager to pump up your workplace with some positivity and our HR consulting firm is here to give you a few. Our HR consulting company specializes in providing HR solutions to companies. Maybe you are a medium-sized company that needs help with a specific project. Perhaps you are a small business that needs ongoing support. Kmet Consulting offers solutions that are both customized and comfortable. We listen and deliver what you need. To get your HR questions answered, call Kmet Consulting at 877-783-5638.



Pump Up Your Workplace with Some Positivity with These Tips!
Thank your employees for all the hard work they do! Everyone likes feeling appreciated! Reward your employees when they've worked hard to deserve it.

Avoid sending too many e-mails to your employees. E-mails can be a good way of communicating in the workplace, but if your empl…