How to Hire an Employee

Hiring an employee is no longer just a matter of how good you look on paper. Employers are looking for the total package, a candidate who excels in multiple areas, has excellent interview skills and can demonstrate that their presence will benefit the company and work with the existing company dynamic. Create a job description Make a list of the necessary skills, work experience as well as preferred personality traits that will be required for the job. Do not hesitate to make this list as detailed as it needs to be so that candidates can be quickly narrowed down during the application process. Create an advertisement for the job vacancy When creating an advertisement for an employee, include a description of the company and a mission statement. The advertisement must also include mandatory...

How to Unlock MySpace

Are you having problems accessing MySpace on a public or work computer? Have no fear, there is a simple and easy way to unlock and access your favorite social website. In a few short steps, you’ll be surfing MySpace profiles and band pages in no time. Many public and work computers use a filtering system to block access to MySpace (and many other popular social sites on the Internet). This can be extremely frustrating, especially when you are trying to access MySpace during breaks, lunch periods, or other downtimes. “nbsp; Follow these simple steps, and you’ll be browsing MySpace in no time. Visit what is called a “proxy topsite.” A proxy topsite contains a list (that is frequently updated) of proxy sites, updated directly by the proxy owners. Some proxies, similarly...

How to Carve Fish Decoys

A beautiful form of art, the fish decoy can be both visually appealing and functionally sound. Generally made from cedar wood or other light wood that won’t crack or shrink when wet, catch and release fishermen prefer these to traditional hooks because they believe it won’t hurt the fish. Required Materials/Tools Some fish carving patterns Heavy cardboard White cedar wood or any wood that is water resistant Copper or aluminum metal sheets A sharp wood knife or chisel A sealing finish A few colors of paint Some lacquer Sander Glass eyes (don’t get the plastic googlie eyes!) Liquid lead A pencil An eraser A ruler or straight edge A band saw An electric wood burn pen Preparation Before you start, you need to figure out what it’s going to look like. There are plenty of...