Here in Central Indiana it finally feels like summer has started– it is hot and humid. But for many, summer is quickly coming to an end. School starts next week, and there is plenty to do in preparation. This year, I thought about how gearing up for the school year is similar to HR software […]
About Darythe Taylor
Darythe Anne Taylor joined ExactHire in 2014 as a Product Support Specialist in the Client Services Department. She assists clients with understanding our software applications’ capabilities and adaptabilities. Prior to working for ExactHire, Darythe worked at OneAmerica, Charles Schwab, and Conseco. Darythe graduated Cum Laude from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2008 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and a minor in Business Management.
Outside of the office Darythe can be found cheering her son on at basketball, taking her daughter to dance, or volunteering at their schools. She also enjoys being outdoors, warm weather, and craft projects. Darythe and her husband are avid sports fans and love to travel whenever possible.
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Everyone that uses the internet has most likely seen their fair-share of errors pop up on the screen. Whether you are surfing the web for the perfect thing to wear this weekend or using SaaS at work, these errors have the potential to ruin your day. Many of us have heard the terms ‘cache’ and […]
Money makes the world go ‘round. And time is money. So it is no wonder that companies and job seekers alike look for ways to save time and money in finding the right employer-employee match. A newer fad that seems to be catching on in the recruiting world is a trend referred to as Reverse […]
Fighting to attract and keep good employees is a challenge for all companies; but it appears to become more relevant in smaller to medium sized businesses. Companies not only want to find and keep good employees to avoid high turnover rates, they need to create a partnership with employees. In doing so, smaller businesses provide […]
Working for a small to medium-sized business (SMB) is much different than working for a large corporation in various ways. In my personal experience, I have to admit that working for a smaller company better fits my personality. The tight-knit camaraderie and close connections we have to each other’s personal lives feels more like a […]
Spring is in the air, finally! In the Midwest, the snow has melted, the birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and people are out enjoying the weather. This time of year, most of us do what is routinely called “spring cleaning”. We come out of hibernation, open the doors and windows, and get down […]
To land your dream job, you must first launch a smart, extensive job search for an opportunity that fits your qualifications and desires. Job seekers can choose to launch their job hunt from a seemingly endless number of channels in today’s era of technology-driven recruiting. With all of these options, a job search can easily […]
There is no doubt about it, technology is great when it works. But what happens when it doesn’t? When technology has “technical difficulties,” we generally reach out to tech support. Customer Service Advocates and Product Support Specialists like myself are invaluable resources, and we are happy to help; however, sometimes you may need help outside […]
Every job seeker has seen a “unicorn” job description. This is where an employer has created a job description with unmeetable standards. This is not to say that they seek someone under the age of 25 with 40 years of experience, but perhaps they require a candidate to have experience on proprietary software that was […]