Entries by Darythe Taylor

Employee Referrals and Residuals

Mentioning referral programs can often perk up ears with the hopes of cashing in on some type of opportunity. Whether it be sharing the latest pyramid product, getting friends to join your gym, spreading the word about a service you use, or knowing the right person for that open position at work: referrals are good. […]

Guide to Free Image Hosting Sites

Technology has improved business in many ways. Logistics has mastered just-in-time delivery of supplies and products, Quickbooks has made accounting quicker, industry-specific tools and machines have streamlined many processes, and the internet has changed the way businesses interact with clients and employees. Similarly, image hosting sites have helped to proliferate the distribution of images across […]

Clear Your “Life Clutter”

Clutter:  a disorderly heap or assemblage. In today’s fast-paced, highly-connected world, some may say we are living in clutter. There is material clutter in our homes, role or task clutter at work, news clutter from media outlets, and social media…social media is clutter. Everyone is living distracted! By clearing out some of the clutter in […]

Work Social – Be Happy, Be Healthy, Be Social

How does being social affect your work environment? Social interactions with friends and family have long been considered important to individual emotional health. It’s been found that people are happier when they are part of a group and have others to rely on for comfort and support. Additionally, recent studies suggest that social connections help […]

Jazz Up Your Job Postings Today

Are your job postings boring? Would you like to make your open positions stand out from the crowd? Here are a few simple tricks for your next job posting that can be made using an Applicant Tracking System: Embed Videos Into Job Posting No matter what your company environment and culture are like, you can […]

10 Hiring Resolutions for 2015

As the new year approaches, we often take time to reflect on the past year and our personal goals for the future. There is always room for self-improvement. Maybe lose some weight, run a marathon, clean the junk drawer, learn how to play chess, or any number of other things that have been on the […]

Quick Trick To Organize Email

Is your inbox flooded with promotions, discounts, and various spam? If so, there is a little-known trick that can help you organize email and use it in a completely new way. The internet has a lot of tricks that are helpful for everyday living and that can even increase your productivity at work. One of […]

Advances in Pre-Screening

Hiring managers are often besieged with applications for review, making it nearly impossible to effectively sort through the relevant information on each application. The sheer number of open positions and applicants can easily make this responsibility overwhelming. Pre-screening candidates is a great way to make this task bearable.   Pre-Screening of Ol’ There are many […]

9 Horrific Hiring Mistakes

Hiring is a science and an art if you approach the process properly. Here are 9 common mistakes made by large and small companies, and how you can avoid them. JOB DESCRIPTIONS: Poorly written job descriptions will yield poor results. “Poorly written” could be defined as grammatical errors and misspellings, but I am referring to […]