Easier and Faster ways of writing a Curriculum Vitae within no time and Submitting to the Resource Managers
Are you one of those guys who abominate writing CVs? Writing this document can be sometimes tiresome especially when sending to numerous employers for consideration.
However, with the advent of technology, this task can be done within no time and submitted within seconds. Below, I will introduce to you two quick ways of creating your CV.
What you require
1. Writing a CV using Word Processor Template
Allow me to explain these procedures with the use of a Laptop/Desktop and Microsoft Word (2013 edition)
After search, CV templates will be displayed just as the ones shown below.
2. Writing a CV using on line Software tools
This is the easiest path because it can easily be done by any computing device and automatically generated and ready to be shared to whomever it may concern.
What you need is to open an account with one of these websites and start filling the CV details. After completion, you will then generate a full CV and share with you there to be employer. It is easier, faster, reliable and more efficient method than what we are used to.
Some of the common sites that offer this service for free include
a. Online CV Maker
3. CV Maker
6. Visual CV
8. Live Career
9. Free CV Builder
11. CV Creator
12. CV Builder
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Have you ever defaulted KRA procedure for not submitting returns in time? If your answer is yes! Then, if you have never received a 'payment defaulter reminder notice' asking you to pay for penalties in a given duration of time the violation was done, Yours might be on the way into your email account which you used when applying for KRA pin or maybe its already in the inbox waiting for you.
It is of uttermost wisdom to pay the penalty within the stipulated period provided (15 days) to avoid attracting more fines and interests amounting to tens of thousands.
Step 1: Working with KRA portal to generate PRN (Payment Registration Number)
Click Add under Liabilities details section and submit button at the bottom to generate PRN (Payment Registration Number) in a E-slip that you can download.
Step 2: Working with Mpesa
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There are a number of rehabilitation centres in Kenya [Check list] that can absorb as much as the number of drug addicts from our society. However, not many families with patients can afford the charges slapped on the bill voucher at the end of every month he/she is attended to. This is due to the fact that 46% of the Kenyan population live below a dollar($) a day.
The cheapest rehabilitation centres such as Hema in Gesonso, Kisii charge from Ksh 30, 000/Month to the most expensive ones lying along Nairobi, Nakuru and Kiambu suburbs charging anything above 45, 000/month plus hidden charges.
This calls for medical Insurance covers such as National Insurance Hospital Fund (NHIF) and AON (a Gaelic word meaning one). Even though medical Insurance covers can chip in to relief the sponsor, its impact does very little to the brim of negligence. NHIF for example, covers medical bills of the patient to the limit which depends on your monthly contributions and/or whether you are a private contributor or a civil servant. In most cases, it covers only medical expenses which will be approximately 4% (Ksh. 6000/=) of your total medical bill as an inpatient. With private contributors, NHIF only covers up to Ksh. 30,000/= in a year.
Am not conversant with AON since they are new players in this society neither the health centres accredited to offer their services. Therefore, I would most likely concentrate on NHIF accredited health centres.
1. John Mututho Empowerment Centre (JOMEC)
2. BSR - BRAIN SPINE AND REHABILITATION HOSPITAL
3. Precision Counseling Institute
4. ELDORET HOSPITAL
5. NAIROBI WEST HOSPITAL
6. RETREAT REHAB CENTRE