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Targeted at users who are just beginning to think of implementing a payment gateway for their content. This blog post will outline what a payment gateway is, how it works and gives basic steps on setting one up. Internal links can then be added to the relevant software/additional resources.
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This article gives advice to young men and women who aren't sure how to ask someone to prom. It includes examples found online, like having a barrista write "prom?" on a cappuccino and finding clever ways to use a shared interest to ask.
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Sample intro: A career in finance can be a successful one but it’s also a competitive field. How does one really move ahead in finance? Read on to find out what characteristics employers are looking for in prospective employees! Sample topics: analytical skills, interpersonal skills, communication skills, management skills, etc.
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I would like to write a post on all the accounting services that lead to business success. These services include business planning, tax filing and deductions, and general accounting (such as accounts payable and receivable). The idea is to show how you cannot operate as a business without a "financial interpreter."
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This post will outline four fun ways you can go above and beyond the traditional medical/vision/dental to give employees wellness benefits that will improve recruiting and retention. Examples might include sponsoring in-house fitness clubs or hosting a nutritionist once per month to teach employees to make healthy dishes via interactive cooking classes.
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In the post, I will recommend online methods to integrate into the recruiting process to create greater efficiency and time for human resources staff to attend to more personalized tasks. I will discuss the benefits of utilizing AI and algorithms during the initial candidate screening step to better manage large candidate databases. As well as, additional online safeguards to ensure face-to-face meetings with potential employees are a worthwhile investment of HR personnel’s time. I will mention helpful tasks that can be sent to interested applicants and completed during their own schedule, such as links to background checks and online skills assessments. I will point out how a combination of these types of solutions will assist recruiters with more expediently arriving at their final selection process and ultimate hiring of the most suitable job seeker.
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Natural selection is not a deliberate process. There's no consciousness behind it executing a grand plan for humanity. But if there were, that consciousness would not be your friend. We attribute our survival skills to natural selection, but it has not taught us how to survive. It has taught us how to reproduce. After that, it doesn't care what happens to us one way or the other. For that reason, we would do well to regard our "natural impulses" with suspicion. This will come as no surprise to anyone confronting the rate of unwanted teen pregnancy. Natural selection doesn't care if pregnancy ruins your life. But what about true love--the kind that makes you feel as though your destiny, your truth, and your ultimate happiness have been revealed to you? Human beings have learned to reign in (to some extent) their raw sexual hunger through morality, cultural pressure, and the law. But what if true love is natural selection's version of The Empire Strikes Back? Consider how many marriages end in divorce or acrimony. Consider how indifferent true love is to things that really support lasting relationships such as shared values, mutual respect, and the ability to negotiate successfully. Consider how true love strangely transcends sexual intercourse while leading always inevitably to precisely that. Consider that true love is great at making babies but not so good at making marriages. Once you reproduce, natural selection is interested neither in your quest for fulfillment nor your need to put the kids through college. The next time you get that loving feeling, ask yourself whether your heart is really leading you to the ultimate union of truth and beauty or natural selection is just luring you into the woods to have its way with you. The thought that our highest aspirations, like our basest urges, might be not our truest selves but something more akin to demonic possession is unnerving. But if you really want to find fulfillment, especially with another person, you might be better off trusting your head than your heart.