It was good to be reminded of my earlier observation that the frozen part can be the active agent, not just the passive recipient of light from above. When I not only centered my attention on the knot in my spine (for example) but also let it direct the show, shining its light outward, actively pushing its energy out in all directions—when I did that, I noticed something new: my whole system became calmer. I think this is because I don’t always need a new infusion of energy from above; the constant influx can overwhelm my system. Instead, the energy that’s already there just needs to organize itself, release itself, be liberated by the force of its own power and by the integration of the surrounding parts.

More water and sunlight are not always needed; the plant may just need to break through the surface of the soil.

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HR and tech – a tumultuous wave?

Scarcely has a work domain been bereft of the impact of technology, and HR is no exception. Technology has made inroads into HR as much as anywhere else, and as expected, led to a number of changes. https://usamediahouse.com/hr-and-tech-a-tumultuous-wave/

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Kinsey Millhone, from Sue Grafton's Alphabet books, is an obvious candidate.

How about Dorothy Sayers' Harriet Vane? She's listed as a protagonist in the wikipedia pages for the later Wimsey books...

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A couple more series from Seanan McGuire:

  • While I bounced off the October Daye books the first time I tried them, I took another run at them in 2018 based on a Twitter thread comparing them to the Kate Daniels books, and while the first half of the first book still struggled to hold my attention, this time I pushed through it, thoroughly enjoyed the second half, and then promptly devoured all of the other currently published books in the series.
  • I'm currently reading and enjoying the Rose Marshall books (set in the Incryptid universe, but focusing on ghosts rather than cryptids and the Price family)
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人生の路頭に迷ってる。

なにか目指すものもないし、目指し方もわからない。

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Another possible example of this that I thought of yesterday: church worship teams, which frequently lead songs whose theme or refrain is “Here I am singing this song and worshiping”.

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Vorobiev keeps on cranking them out. Not only is this another frame-story clip, but Chekhov's rifle is lampshaded.

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Something I miss from some mid-90's HTTP servers is autolink functionality: when selecting text as an anchor for a hyperlink, a query would be run on what would now be called a CMS, suggesting possible targets. Not only was this convenient for the author, but also for the reader, as it encouraged more informative anchor text than the frequent-at-the-time "this" or "here".

(yes, link rel= navigation was also automatically supported, as were Imagemaps.)

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In short, the entire published content of the CMS is contained in or derived from a single file.

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Lambek's "From word to sentence" notes (pp.79-80) the difficulty of shoehorning languages which use parallel constructions (resp. the mathematician's respectively) to place objects and modifiers, not in a nested order, but in parallel sequence (resp. not order-inverting). Maybe linguists need an equivalent of the zip function?

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Correction: Darius Bacon points out that Boole was before Peano in pointing out the connection to Taylor:

("An Investigation of the Laws of Thought", Ch.5 p.52 ... and I failed to find any mention of Taylor's 1715 result in De Morgan)

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The 80's cartoon "Mother for a little mammoth" (~8 min) is deeper than it first appears: not only were the ancestors of Mammuthus primigenius to be found in eastern Africa (Mammuthus subplanifrons), but there's a very similar relation (both geographic and familial) between Australopithecus afarensis and Homo sapiens.

... also, despite being equally unsure of what Cheburashka may be, I'd still offer a paw were we to cross in the street!

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Engaged employees are considered to be great assets for a magnetic culture in the workplace. Although nowadays, the term “Employee Engagement” has become common, and having an awesome employee engagement is what the business leaders, top CHRO & the other HR leaders wish for! So why not start this New Year with great employee engagement with these awesome tips & tricks.

http://www.thegoogleblog.com/education/jobs-career/hr-leaders/

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It's not gods who make pots

A Russian proverb I read on a programming blog:

"Не боги горшки обжигают"

As explained in Wikipedia:

All artificial objects in the world, no matter how minute or astonishing, were made by people, so do not get overexcited.

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Most of the HR professionals are uninitiated to the deep psychological understanding of the consequences of diversity principals and social responsibility. The significance of diversity and inclusion (D&I) appears hollow. It is never a part of their education and even while growing-up professionally. It leaves a lacuna which they find it hard to jump when suddenly one fine day they are in the top C-suite seat of chief of human resources.

http://articlesforwebsite.com/effective-leadership-management-better-workplace-diversity/

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The most difficult task for any human resource leader is to plan the future of the workforce which requires strategic workforce planning and systematic human resource management. Well, there is no denying that human resource management is a necessity for the better future of any company. As an exemplary business leader and the one taking care of human resource management, it is of utmost importance to be ready with your planning before any crisis hits the workplace.

http://www.wholepost.com/good-human-resource-management-requires-strategic-workforce-planning/

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The human resource automation has made easy managing human resources and no longer it is very expensive or complicated for even smaller companies to buy it. There are companies fighting against each other for the best HR practices in place because it is very critical to attract the top talent to the company for great returns on investment and business profits. The HR must always try to add value to itself as the essential foundation of the company strategy.

https://www.dizimug.in/2018/02/09/continuous-value-addition-for-effective-human-resource-management/

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The HR leaders nowadays want to employ from a talent pool that is not restricted to the confines of the office building. The HR workforce aspires for an HR industry which consists of a talent pool from international boundaries and is ready to share their talent with the external organizations. This gives employees a better exposure and the HR workforce access to a whole new and fresh source of skill sets and talent.

http://www.topdigitalblog.com/coming-of-age-of-the-hr-industry-diminishing-hierarchies-and-increasing-open-networks/

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A workforce is the backbone of any organization. It takes a lot of money and effort for organizations to hire a decent workforce which makes the employees liable to them in various aspects. However, if we see it from another angle, it is possible to consider employees as assets that can be invested in and governed to increase a company’s business value.

http://bit.ly/2H4GnSa

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Dave

TIL

One of the most surprising things about electronic mail is the ease with which misinterpretations arise

was a 1985 sentiment from RAND report R3283, "Toward an Ethics and Etiquette for Electronic Mail". Now I'm imagining ca. 2005 Odeo looking at email and exclaiming "hold my beer!"

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So at the end of April 1995, I joined other early contributors to the Web in Australia in Ballina.

According to Helen Ashman and Adrian Vanzyl's report on the conference in the ACM SIGLINK Newsletter (Vol. IV No.3) there were 140 participants and the conference and at least that many more on the waiting list!

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A few weeks ago, I had a great example of an interest that consumed my attention for a day but didn't last beyond that.

My wife and I went to the ballet.

I've always had this happen with ballet: I get obsessed with it briefly and then my interest fades. Back when I was 8 or 9 I attended my younger sister's ballet performance and wanted to become a dancer. It never went anywhere. A couple of times as an undergraduate, I went to the ballet. Always loved it at the time but nothing ever came of it.

So anyway, we went the ballet a few weeks ago. When I came home I spent hours reading up on terminology, watching videos of great dancers doing particular moves. I was obsessed. For just that day.

I woke up the next day and went back to Greek and linguistics. Maybe Carl Djerassi would call that the equivalent of meeting up with the same person every few years for just one night.

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zsh scripting is mostly compatible with bash scripting. http://slopjong.de/2012/07/02/compatibility-between-zsh-and-bash/

So I would do well to still focus on learning bash scripting, even if I start using zsh for interactive use.

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Not one to let Shnur have all the disaster fun, Vorobiev's "I love You" manages to close off the "Crazy" troika with a bang.

For memory, the excellent start:

and somewhat weaker bridge:

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  • Landscape In Sunlight and Seaview House, both by Elizabeth Fair. As previously reported, I found the first of her novels to be “Decent enough light reading”, and felt the same about Landscape In Sunlight. On the other hand, Seaview House was heavily concerned with “will X marry Y or Z”, which I found tedious.
  • The Best Of All Possible Worlds and The Galaxy Game, both by Karen Lord; the former a re-read in preparation for reading the latter, which is its sequel. I find the first of these is a much smoother read than the second, which is clogged up with lots of infodumping and not-clearly-separated points of view.
  • Half A King by Joe Abercrombie, which I downloaded a sample of after recommendation from fred_mouse. Couldn't get into it, though, so decided against buying the full book.
  • Letters To A Young Muslim by Omar Saif Ghobash. A bit repetitive, and some of it felt very naive to me, but overall an interesting read.
  • The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. A re-read, and along with it I read the tor.com re-read posts. I’ve read this several times before, but this was my first time reading it after having watched the recent TV adaptation, and it reinforced my opinion that the adaptation was a really good one.
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What a long strange trip it's been...

A 1980's Latvian song contest finalist:

had its tune taken, with the lyrics changed out for a different story, becoming not only a soviet hit when sung by Пугачева, but an evergreeen, even in translation*...

...among which, a persian translation performed (indoors, judging by the liberal amounts of greenscreen) by the Iranian singer Farzaneh ...

... then recently reprised in Tadjikistan by Фарангис: (NSFW if you're in a country where you shouldn't be watching grown women without hats in the office...)

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Glyph

Free

“Free” as in “mattress”.

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The Moskva may not have a delta at the Oka, but the russian alphabet does have a «дэ» ... I wonder what was the inspiration for this rather slidey, bluesy tune?

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Sartoria Veneta è la risposta a tutte le esigenze del piano. Questa società produttiva comprende ciò che i clienti richiedono e, inoltre, progetta capi che utilizzano superficie fantastico. Esso offre ai clienti un efficace modi di trasporto i costi di vantaggio

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LaTeX. That's a thing I should probably be more familiar with...

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Convert an SVG to a PNG easily:

convert -resize <x>x<y> input.svg output.png

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Robert Rees

TIL

Gnome Keyring doesn't support Ed25519 SSH keys

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In which Nazis (whose black & white world was a tragedy) find themselves inexplicably vividly colorized (this time in a rainbow palette, as farce).

Cf the "All You Need is Love" scene from "Yellow Submarine" (which was available on YT a decade ago, but I guess the blue meanies have bubbled it in the interim)

Yes, let us mix, Max. I've never admitted it before, but my cousin is the blue bird of happiness!

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Filters can be used through an annotation or they can be declared directly in the application config section for Jinja2.

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I'm also experimenting with other Markdown editors. It's a little disappointing that the pickings for Windows are pretty slim.

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Cowboys and Insects has a bright, colourful post-war American style that reminds me of Geoff Darrow and David Aja.

The story features an alternative history where giant mutated insects fuel the post-war American economy and provide a metaphor for Jim Crow discrimination.

As ever violence underpins the American dream and the central character has too choose whether they will conform to expectations and enjoy the benefits of majority rule.

It's quite a dark story but lighter than the source material it's riffing off.

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The Private Equity-Franchising Industry Story

The kinship between private equity & global franchising industry goes back a long way and is soaring further. Here’s the story of what ties the two.

https://www.uspec.org/blog/the-private-equity-franchising-industry-story

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Private Equity Job vs Hedge Fund Job: An Overview

Hedge funds use pooled money and tactics to earn returns for the investors, whereas private equity funds invest directly in companies by purchasing or buying a controlling interest in publicly traded companies.

Read More: https://mynewsfit.com/private-equity-job-vs-hedge-fund-job-an-overview/

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Making a Private Equity Career – All you need to know!

They hire the cream and also compensate them well. In fact, they have the highest-paid employees in the financial world. A career in Private Equity firms often leaves even seasoned investment bankers feeling like pikers. Such is the sum of money private equity deals with. Do you love building value for companies, excel at deal management, and are into long-term relationship building? You can make a wager at the big daddy of financial world – Private Equity. Read more at https://yourstory.com/mystory/making-private-equity-career-need-know

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Find the Top Five Financial Certifications – 2020 Earning a finance certification helps the professionals to deal with the finance of an individual, a company, or an organization. As a person, one has to secure his finance to lead a tension-free life. As a company or an organization, it is crucial to have a financial plan for economic growth and business success. Read More: https://www.writersrecipe.com/find-the-top-five-financial-certifications-2020/

Tags: certification in private equity, finance certification, professionals at private equity, private equity firms, Financial Analyst

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UNDERSTANDING PRIVATE EQUITY PROFESSIONALS LIFE

Private equity is a promising field for young investment bankers and the best graduates in finance. The lifestyle varies based on the deal activity you get involved, location, team, and other factors.

Tags: PRIVATE EQUITY PROFESSIONALS, career in private equity, certification in private equity

https://www.appclonescript.com/private-equity-professionals-life/

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Significance of Private Equity Industry: An Overview

In 2018, the Private equity (PE) industry marked the first year to raise more capital through the private markets. Many new investors in fluxed into private equity investment because PE generated a strong history of returns when growth chances were feeble.

https://timebusinessnews.com/significance-of-private-equity-industry-an-overview/

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What Value Do I Have as a Private Equity Professional

Getting into a private equity firm is not easy. But when it comes to job employment and big fat money, private equity firms hold a good reputation.

Tags: Private equity professionals, pe career, Private equity qualifications, private equity career

https://recentlyheard.com/2019/11/23/what-value-do-i-have-as-a-private-equity-professional/#

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TOP FIVE PRIVATE EQUITY CERTIFICATIONS TO EXCEL IN YOUR FINANCE CAREER

Money matters a lot. A wise investment is crucial to lead a comfortable life. The personal, public or corporate finance keeps changing and it is essential to walk through the challenges efficiently. The personal finance deals with the upliftment and financial security of the individual and his family. People need assistance for financial resources, adequate protection, tax planning, investment, home, and retirement planning.

Tags: FINANCE CAREER, private equity certifications, PE operations, PE professionals, PE certifications, PR career https://www.losboquerones.com/top-five-private-equity-certifications-to-excel-in-your-finance-career/

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DEBUNKING THE COMMON MYTHS WHILE SECURING A JOB IN PE OR VC FIRM Securing a job in Private Equity (PE) or Venture Capital (VE) firms is an aspiration for several graduates and seasoned analysts as well. Landing in the best of Private Equity or Venture Capital job calls for a complete and professional knowledge in the domain. https://www.piczasso.com/debunking-the-common-myths-while-securing-a-job-in-pe-or-vc-firm/

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Trends in private equity The volatility of the capital market makes it an interesting field. It also keeps investors on their toes. Private equity shows a similar pattern. If you want to stay ahead in this sector you need to keep your head up and watch out for trends in this market. From hiring private equity professionals to the mainstream operations in the PE sector, a lot has been changing. Tags: private equity professionals, private equity, private equity trends, private equity certifications, private equity firms https://www.reddit.com/user/sharmaniti437/comments/d2n6fp/trends_in_private_equity/

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Tech in HR is good but people make it great

Human resource technology (HR tech) is on the limelight today. AI in HR tech tools will make HR jobs easier only when the human factor is considered.

https://www.topchro.com/article/tech-in-hr-is-good-but-people-make-it-great

Tags: tech in hr, AI in HR, AI in recruitment, HR Tech, human resource technology, HR technology

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The 2020 Approach to Performance Evaluation The creation of a performance evaluation process with set goals would make employee evaluation authentic and eases annual evaluation for work appraisals. https://www.topchro.com/article/the-2020-approach-to-performance-evaluation Tags: performance evaluation, performance evaluation process, evaluation process, employee evaluation, performance appraisal, employee performance evaluation, employee appraisal, employee performance appraisal, work evaluation, work appraisal, work performance evaluation, annual evaluation, job evaluation process, performance evaluation methods

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Work and workout – two sides of the same coin? | Workplace Wellness https://www.topchro.com/article/work-and-workout-two-sides-of-the-same-coin Employee well-being is the major concern of today’s employers and introducing employee wellness programs is the new normal to increase workplace happiness. Tags: employee wellness programs, workout session, workplace happiness, workplace wellness, employee wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, gym session, wellbeing at work

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Burning out: Why employers must worry Stress management in the workplace is important. Because, if job-seeker gets to know about employee burnout due to toxic work culture, they reject the job offer. Tags: employee burnout, workplace stress, work stress, toxic work culture, job stress, stress management in the workplace, work related stress, toxic work environment https://www.topchro.com/article/burning-out-why-employers-must-worry

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Workplace diaries – Youth vs Ageism | Workplace Discrimination Ageism is normal. But, older employees in the workplace are fighting ageism against Gen Z and millennial workers. Know how to dismiss workplace discrimination. Tags: ageism, older employees in the workplace, ageism in the workplace, fighting ageism, seniority mix, Gen Z and millennial workers, young generation, workplace discrimination

https://www.topchro.com/article/workplace-diaries-youth-vs-ageism

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Why Breadcrumbing can Destroy the Employee-Employer Relationship https://www.topchro.com/article/why-breadcrumbing-can-destroy-the-employee-employer-relationship Employers must realize breadcrumbing quickly to promote learning and development, workplace training, and maintain rapport of the employer-employee relationship. Tags: learning and development, workplace training, employer employee relationship, employee and employer relationship, career coach

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The Deep Disruption Impact and its Tremors on the Future of Work The changing workplace culture sounds like a threat to the future of work. Automation in the workplace is creating a tremor in the minds of happily settled employees(?). https://www.topchro.com/article/the-deep-disruption-impact-and-its-tremors-on-the-future-of-work Tags: future jobs, future of work, automation in the workplace ,ai and the future of work, ai and future of work, workplace culture,

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Gender-Bias - A Grimly Painted Picture Embossed in Gold Corporate Frame Gender bias or age discrimination is seemingly lost but found everywhere. We witness a gender pay gap, harassment at work, or promotion even in ‘neat’ companies. https://www.topchro.com/article/gender-bias-a-grimly-painted-picture-embossed-in-gold-corporate-frame Tags: gender pay gap, gender bias, age discrimination, age discrimination in employment, gender discrimination, harassment at work, gender diversity

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Rebel Against Environment Extinction… but Keep Your Job! | Climate Strike Employees are submitting a resolution/proposal to employers for global climate strike and companies are supporting global climate strike to lessen the carbon footprint. Tags: global climate strike, climate strike, global organization support for climate strike, climate change strike, companies supporting global climate strike https://www.topchro.com/article/rebel-against-environment-extinction-but-keep-your-job

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How Tech Is Transforming HR The incorporation of HR technology tools in administrative tasks is giving HR professionals ample time to transform the way their organization works. https://www.topchro.com/article/how-tech-is-transforming-hr Tags: hr technology, hr transformation, hr professional

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Strategies to nurture belonging at the workplace Diversity and inclusion in the workforce is crucial. Some employees, however, may feel left out at the workplace. Strategies for engagement come into play here. https://www.topchro.com/article/strategies-to-nurture-belonging-at-the-workplace Tags: belonging in the workplace,diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, retention strategies

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Top Motivators for Millennials and Gen-Z Workforce (Infographic) Millennials and Gen Z form the major global workforce. Millennials in the workplace outrace Gen Zs regarding their beliefs in the virtues of the gig economy. https://www.topchro.com/article/top-motivators-for-millennials-and-gen-z-workforce Tags: gig economy, millennials in the workplace, millennials, gig workers, millennials and gen zers

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Venture Capital and Private Equity Basics for Aspiring Investment Professionals Private Equity investors & venture capitalists are ultimate catalysts for startups. Know your investors — their interests, and right time to seek them. https://www.uspec.org/blog/venture-capital-and-private-equity-basics-for-aspiring-investment-professionals Tags: Investment Professionals, Private Equity Investors, Venture Capitalists, Venture Capital Investors, Investment Bankers, Financial Institutions, Private Equity Investors, Private Equity Fund, Private Equity Firms, Private Equity Certification

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A Quick Guide To 5 Core Functions Of Private Equity Professionals Private Equity (PE) Firms typically derive billions as investment capital from high-net-worth individuals and use it to acquire equity in private companies (in public firms as well with an aim to make them private and delist from stock exchanges) Tags: Private Equity (PE) Firms, Private Equity Professionals, PE professionals, PE market, Private Equity Fund managers, private equity fund https://www.rewardbloggers.com/blog/2773/a-quick-guide-to-5-core-functions-of-private-equity-professionals

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Winning Strategy For Better Investment Decisions In Private Equity Private Equity Investors have seen some splendid surges in global investment value. The buzz going around the Private Equity Investment corridors is centered around the increasing speculations on the looming economic downturn. Tags: Private Equity Investment, Private Equity Investment Process, Private Equity Investment Firm, Private Equity, Private Equity International, Private Equity Investors, Private Equity Investing, Private Equity Decision, Private Equity Investment Decision https://www.uspec.org/blog/winning-strategy-for-better-investment-decisions-in-private-equity

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Tips To Ace Your Private Equity Interview Private Equity interviews are incredibly competitive and challenging. The competition is so aggressive that for a single entry-level job, we may find 300 plus applications. Eventually, the interview process is notoriously difficult. Still, the demand for the job is high because the compensation is high. The median salary of a Private Equity Associate is $91,728. The lucrative opportunities have inspired the finance students to pursue a private equity career. Tags: private equity career, Private Equity Interview, best private equity certifications, PE career http://jordandream.com/tips-to-ace-your-private-equity-interview/

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5 tips to keep you ahead in your private equity career A career in private equity requires you to always keep yourself updated. It’s not just about the capital market, mergers & acquisitions, equity, and stocks, there’s so much more to learn. Tags: career in private equity, jobs in private equity, private equity jobs, private equity firms https://boltposts.com/5-tips-to-keep-you-ahead-in-your-private-equity-career/

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What does it take to become a private equity associate? Taking private equity certifications is also a good way to acquire the skills required to get into private equity. People with a background in corporate finance background can get into private equity by picking up skills through certifications. Tags: Private equity firms, private equity associates, private equity certifications, FINANCIAL CERTIFICATIONS, PRIVATE EQUITY https://djrovin.com/what-does-it-take-to-become-a-private-equity-associate/

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State Of The Global Private Equity Market There’s no doubt, private equities no longer remain on the outside fringes of deal-making, it has gone mainstream and now 2018 marked the third-highest fundraising year on record. https://www.uspec.org/blog/state-of-the-global-private-equity-market Tags: Private Equity, private equity professional, career in private equity

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A Small Guide to Private Equity Jobs: What You Need to Know? Prominently, a private equity career is ideal for college grads who’re least interested in becoming an entrepreneur or are tech-oriented. http://scooparticle.com/a-small-guide-to-private-equity-jobs-what-you-need-to-know/ Tags: private equity career, private equity professional, private equity, career in a private equity firm, private equity firm

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A 2019 Beginner’s Guide for a Career in Private Equity Private equity is similar to investment banking. In fact, it is a large part of investment banking. It is less known, as it doesn’t involve stocks or shares, usually associated with investment banking. Private equity is associated with funding and financing privately held companies. Tags: private equity career, private equity firms, private equity certifications, private equity http://www.articleevent.com/a-2019-beginners-guide-for-a-career-in-private-equity/

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A Job or a Calling – What Do You Do? Deciding the career to pursue is a tough task. However, career decisions based on jobs with highest job satisfaction against low job satisfaction is the go. https://www.topchro.com/article/a-job-or-a-calling-what-do-you-do

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Employee Retention: Mantras and Strategies (Infographic) Employee retention is a strategic practice in talent management. This infographic shares some effective retention strategies practiced around the world. https://www.topchro.com/article/employee-retention-mantras-and-strategies

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You're Good, You're Awesome, And You're Fired - A Performance Appraisal Saga Do companies need to rethink if their employee is feeling undervalued? The pathway towards effective workforce is through performance appraisal and performance reviews.

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You're Good, You're Awesome, And You're Fired - A Performance Appraisal Saga Do companies need to rethink if their employee is feeling undervalued? The pathway towards effective workforce is through performance appraisal and performance reviews. https://www.topchro.com/article/youre-good-youre-awesome-and-youre-fired-a-performance-appraisal-saga Tags: performance appraisal, performance reviews

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Cracking The Organization’s Culture Code Organizational culture plays an important role in ensuring happiness at work. A positive company culture will define the success of an organization. https://www.topchro.com/article/cracking-the-organizations-culture-code

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Who is a bigger threat: Humans or AI? | HR Tech | Law of Robotics With HR Tech making waves there is an urgent need of HR Law and law of robotics to protect both robots and human rights. https://www.topchro.com/article/who-is-a-bigger-threat-humans-or-ai

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Brush Your Ideas - A Magento Product Design Extension for M1 & M2

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Brush your ideas is a Magento Product Designer Tool for Magento 1 and Magento 2, that allows your online store customers to create unique printable designs for their products. The customer can easily design with their creativities on wide range of products like t-shirts, invitation & greeting cards, coffee mugs, coasters and other gift items, laptop and mobile skins, posters, banners, etc.

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The Private Equity-Franchising Industry Story

The kinship between private equity & global franchising industry goes back a long way and is soaring further. Here’s the story of what ties the two.

https://www.uspec.org/blog/the-private-equity-franchising-industry-story

Tags: Private Equity, Private Equity Industry, Private Equity Firm, Private Equity Investments, Private Equity Professionals, Private Equity in Franchising

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Private Equity Job vs Hedge Fund Job: An Overview

Hedge funds use pooled money and tactics to earn returns for the investors, whereas private equity funds invest directly in companies by purchasing or buying a controlling interest in publicly traded companies.

Read More: https://mynewsfit.com/private-equity-job-vs-hedge-fund-job-an-overview/

Tags: Private Equity Job, Private Equity Fund, Private Equity careers, Private Equity professionals

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Making a Private Equity Career – All you need to know!

They hire the cream and also compensate them well. In fact, they have the highest-paid employees in the financial world. A career in Private Equity firms often leaves even seasoned investment bankers feeling like pikers. Such is the sum of money private equity deals with. Do you love building value for companies, excel at deal management, and are into long-term relationship building? You can make a wager at the big daddy of financial world – Private Equity. Read more at https://yourstory.com/mystory/making-private-equity-career-need-know

Tags: private equity firms, Private Equity professionals, Private Equity Fund managers, private equity industry, career in Private Equity firms, career in Private Equity

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Find the Top Five Financial Certifications – 2020 Earning a finance certification helps the professionals to deal with the finance of an individual, a company, or an organization. As a person, one has to secure his finance to lead a tension-free life. As a company or an organization, it is crucial to have a financial plan for economic growth and business success. Read More: https://www.writersrecipe.com/find-the-top-five-financial-certifications-2020/

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UNDERSTANDING PRIVATE EQUITY PROFESSIONALS LIFE

Private equity is a promising field for young investment bankers and the best graduates in finance. The lifestyle varies based on the deal activity you get involved, location, team, and other factors.

Tags: PRIVATE EQUITY PROFESSIONALS, career in private equity, certification in private equity

https://www.appclonescript.com/private-equity-professionals-life/

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Significance of Private Equity Industry: An Overview

In 2018, the Private equity (PE) industry marked the first year to raise more capital through the private markets. Many new investors in fluxed into private equity investment because PE generated a strong history of returns when growth chances were feeble.

https://timebusinessnews.com/significance-of-private-equity-industry-an-overview/

Tags: private equity industry, PE industry, private equity professionals, PE professionals

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What Value Do I Have as a Private Equity Professional

Getting into a private equity firm is not easy. But when it comes to job employment and big fat money, private equity firms hold a good reputation.

Tags: Private equity professionals, pe career, Private equity qualifications, private equity career

https://recentlyheard.com/2019/11/23/what-value-do-i-have-as-a-private-equity-professional/#

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TOP FIVE PRIVATE EQUITY CERTIFICATIONS TO EXCEL IN YOUR FINANCE CAREER

Money matters a lot. A wise investment is crucial to lead a comfortable life. The personal, public or corporate finance keeps changing and it is essential to walk through the challenges efficiently. The personal finance deals with the upliftment and financial security of the individual and his family. People need assistance for financial resources, adequate protection, tax planning, investment, home, and retirement planning.

Tags: FINANCE CAREER, private equity certifications, PE operations, PE professionals, PE certifications, PR career https://www.losboquerones.com/top-five-private-equity-certifications-to-excel-in-your-finance-career/

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DEBUNKING THE COMMON MYTHS WHILE SECURING A JOB IN PE OR VC FIRM Securing a job in Private Equity (PE) or Venture Capital (VE) firms is an aspiration for several graduates and seasoned analysts as well. Landing in the best of Private Equity or Venture Capital job calls for a complete and professional knowledge in the domain. https://www.piczasso.com/debunking-the-common-myths-while-securing-a-job-in-pe-or-vc-firm/

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Trends in private equity The volatility of the capital market makes it an interesting field. It also keeps investors on their toes. Private equity shows a similar pattern. If you want to stay ahead in this sector you need to keep your head up and watch out for trends in this market. From hiring private equity professionals to the mainstream operations in the PE sector, a lot has been changing. Tags: private equity professionals, private equity, private equity trends, private equity certifications, private equity firms https://www.reddit.com/user/sharmaniti437/comments/d2n6fp/trends_in_private_equity/

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Tech in HR is good but people make it great

Human resource technology (HR tech) is on the limelight today. AI in HR tech tools will make HR jobs easier only when the human factor is considered.

https://www.topchro.com/article/tech-in-hr-is-good-but-people-make-it-great

Tags: tech in hr, AI in HR, AI in recruitment, HR Tech, human resource technology, HR technology

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The 2020 Approach to Performance Evaluation The creation of a performance evaluation process with set goals would make employee evaluation authentic and eases annual evaluation for work appraisals. https://www.topchro.com/article/the-2020-approach-to-performance-evaluation Tags: performance evaluation, performance evaluation process, evaluation process, employee evaluation, performance appraisal, employee performance evaluation, employee appraisal, employee performance appraisal, work evaluation, work appraisal, work performance evaluation, annual evaluation, job evaluation process, performance evaluation methods

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Work and workout – two sides of the same coin? | Workplace Wellness https://www.topchro.com/article/work-and-workout-two-sides-of-the-same-coin Employee well-being is the major concern of today’s employers and introducing employee wellness programs is the new normal to increase workplace happiness. Tags: employee wellness programs, workout session, workplace happiness, workplace wellness, employee wellbeing, workplace wellbeing, gym session, wellbeing at work

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Burning out: Why employers must worry Stress management in the workplace is important. Because, if job-seeker gets to know about employee burnout due to toxic work culture, they reject the job offer. Tags: employee burnout, workplace stress, work stress, toxic work culture, job stress, stress management in the workplace, work related stress, toxic work environment https://www.topchro.com/article/burning-out-why-employers-must-worry

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Workplace diaries – Youth vs Ageism | Workplace Discrimination Ageism is normal. But, older employees in the workplace are fighting ageism against Gen Z and millennial workers. Know how to dismiss workplace discrimination. Tags: ageism, older employees in the workplace, ageism in the workplace, fighting ageism, seniority mix, Gen Z and millennial workers, young generation, workplace discrimination

https://www.topchro.com/article/workplace-diaries-youth-vs-ageism

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Why Breadcrumbing can Destroy the Employee-Employer Relationship https://www.topchro.com/article/why-breadcrumbing-can-destroy-the-employee-employer-relationship Employers must realize breadcrumbing quickly to promote learning and development, workplace training, and maintain rapport of the employer-employee relationship. Tags: learning and development, workplace training, employer employee relationship, employee and employer relationship, career coach

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The Deep Disruption Impact and its Tremors on the Future of Work The changing workplace culture sounds like a threat to the future of work. Automation in the workplace is creating a tremor in the minds of happily settled employees(?). https://www.topchro.com/article/the-deep-disruption-impact-and-its-tremors-on-the-future-of-work Tags: future jobs, future of work, automation in the workplace ,ai and the future of work, ai and future of work, workplace culture,

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Gender-Bias - A Grimly Painted Picture Embossed in Gold Corporate Frame Gender bias or age discrimination is seemingly lost but found everywhere. We witness a gender pay gap, harassment at work, or promotion even in ‘neat’ companies. https://www.topchro.com/article/gender-bias-a-grimly-painted-picture-embossed-in-gold-corporate-frame Tags: gender pay gap, gender bias, age discrimination, age discrimination in employment, gender discrimination, harassment at work, gender diversity

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Rebel Against Environment Extinction… but Keep Your Job! | Climate Strike Employees are submitting a resolution/proposal to employers for global climate strike and companies are supporting global climate strike to lessen the carbon footprint. Tags: global climate strike, climate strike, global organization support for climate strike, climate change strike, companies supporting global climate strike https://www.topchro.com/article/rebel-against-environment-extinction-but-keep-your-job

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How Tech Is Transforming HR The incorporation of HR technology tools in administrative tasks is giving HR professionals ample time to transform the way their organization works. https://www.topchro.com/article/how-tech-is-transforming-hr Tags: hr technology, hr transformation, hr professional

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Strategies to nurture belonging at the workplace Diversity and inclusion in the workforce is crucial. Some employees, however, may feel left out at the workplace. Strategies for engagement come into play here. https://www.topchro.com/article/strategies-to-nurture-belonging-at-the-workplace Tags: belonging in the workplace,diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, retention strategies

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Top Motivators for Millennials and Gen-Z Workforce (Infographic) Millennials and Gen Z form the major global workforce. Millennials in the workplace outrace Gen Zs regarding their beliefs in the virtues of the gig economy. https://www.topchro.com/article/top-motivators-for-millennials-and-gen-z-workforce Tags: gig economy, millennials in the workplace, millennials, gig workers, millennials and gen zers

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Virtual is More than Real-AI in Recruitment AI in recruitment demonstrates the future of work to be virtual. The impact of artificial intelligence in recruitment will render tremendous benefits. https://www.topchro.com/article/virtual-is-more-than-real-ai-in-recruitment Tags: AI in Recruitment, Future of Work, Artificial Intelligence

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Venture Capital and Private Equity Basics for Aspiring Investment Professionals Private Equity investors & venture capitalists are ultimate catalysts for startups. Know your investors — their interests, and right time to seek them. https://www.uspec.org/blog/venture-capital-and-private-equity-basics-for-aspiring-investment-professionals Tags: Investment Professionals, Private Equity Investors, Venture Capitalists, Venture Capital Investors, Investment Bankers, Financial Institutions, Private Equity Investors, Private Equity Fund, Private Equity Firms, Private Equity Certification

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Venture Capital and Private Equity Basics for Aspiring Investment Professionals Private Equity investors & venture capitalists are ultimate catalysts for startups. Know your investors — their interests, and right time to seek them. https://www.uspec.org/blog/venture-capital-and-private-equity-basics-for-aspiring-investment-professionals Tags: Investment Professionals, Private Equity Investors, Venture Capitalists, Venture Capital Investors, Investment Bankers, Financial Institutions, Private Equity Investors, Private Equity Fund, Private Equity Firms, Private Equity Certification

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A Quick Guide To 5 Core Functions Of Private Equity Professionals Private Equity (PE) Firms typically derive billions as investment capital from high-net-worth individuals and use it to acquire equity in private companies (in public firms as well with an aim to make them private and delist from stock exchanges) Tags: Private Equity (PE) Firms, Private Equity Professionals, PE professionals, PE market, Private Equity Fund managers, private equity fund https://www.rewardbloggers.com/blog/2773/a-quick-guide-to-5-core-functions-of-private-equity-professionals

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Winning Strategy For Better Investment Decisions In Private Equity Private Equity Investors have seen some splendid surges in global investment value. The buzz going around the Private Equity Investment corridors is centered around the increasing speculations on the looming economic downturn. Tags: Private Equity Investment, Private Equity Investment Process, Private Equity Investment Firm, Private Equity, Private Equity International, Private Equity Investors, Private Equity Investing, Private Equity Decision, Private Equity Investment Decision https://www.uspec.org/blog/winning-strategy-for-better-investment-decisions-in-private-equity

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Tips To Ace Your Private Equity Interview Private Equity interviews are incredibly competitive and challenging. The competition is so aggressive that for a single entry-level job, we may find 300 plus applications. Eventually, the interview process is notoriously difficult. Still, the demand for the job is high because the compensation is high. The median salary of a Private Equity Associate is $91,728. The lucrative opportunities have inspired the finance students to pursue a private equity career. Tags: private equity career, Private Equity Interview, best private equity certifications, PE career http://jordandream.com/tips-to-ace-your-private-equity-interview/

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5 tips to keep you ahead in your private equity career A career in private equity requires you to always keep yourself updated. It’s not just about the capital market, mergers & acquisitions, equity, and stocks, there’s so much more to learn. Tags: career in private equity, jobs in private equity, private equity jobs, private equity firms https://boltposts.com/5-tips-to-keep-you-ahead-in-your-private-equity-career/

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What does it take to become a private equity associate? Taking private equity certifications is also a good way to acquire the skills required to get into private equity. People with a background in corporate finance background can get into private equity by picking up skills through certifications. Tags: Private equity firms, private equity associates, private equity certifications, FINANCIAL CERTIFICATIONS, PRIVATE EQUITY https://djrovin.com/what-does-it-take-to-become-a-private-equity-associate/

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State Of The Global Private Equity Market There’s no doubt, private equities no longer remain on the outside fringes of deal-making, it has gone mainstream and now 2018 marked the third-highest fundraising year on record. https://www.uspec.org/blog/state-of-the-global-private-equity-market Tags: Private Equity, private equity professional, career in private equity

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A Small Guide to Private Equity Jobs: What You Need to Know? Prominently, a private equity career is ideal for college grads who’re least interested in becoming an entrepreneur or are tech-oriented. http://scooparticle.com/a-small-guide-to-private-equity-jobs-what-you-need-to-know/ Tags: private equity career, private equity professional, private equity, career in a private equity firm, private equity firm

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A 2019 Beginner’s Guide for a Career in Private Equity Private equity is similar to investment banking. In fact, it is a large part of investment banking. It is less known, as it doesn’t involve stocks or shares, usually associated with investment banking. Private equity is associated with funding and financing privately held companies. Tags: private equity career, private equity firms, private equity certifications, private equity http://www.articleevent.com/a-2019-beginners-guide-for-a-career-in-private-equity/

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A Job or a Calling – What Do You Do? Deciding the career to pursue is a tough task. However, career decisions based on jobs with highest job satisfaction against low job satisfaction is the go. https://www.topchro.com/article/a-job-or-a-calling-what-do-you-do

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Employee Retention: Mantras and Strategies (Infographic) Employee retention is a strategic practice in talent management. This infographic shares some effective retention strategies practiced around the world. https://www.topchro.com/article/employee-retention-mantras-and-strategies

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You're Good, You're Awesome, And You're Fired - A Performance Appraisal Saga Do companies need to rethink if their employee is feeling undervalued? The pathway towards effective workforce is through performance appraisal and performance reviews.

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You're Good, You're Awesome, And You're Fired - A Performance Appraisal Saga Do companies need to rethink if their employee is feeling undervalued? The pathway towards effective workforce is through performance appraisal and performance reviews. https://www.topchro.com/article/youre-good-youre-awesome-and-youre-fired-a-performance-appraisal-saga Tags: performance appraisal, performance reviews

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It was good to be reminded of my earlier observation that the frozen part can be the active agent, not just the passive recipient of light from above. When I not only centered my attention on the knot in my spine (for example) but also let it direct the show, shining its light outward, actively pushing its energy out in all directions—when I did that, I noticed something new: my whole system became calmer. I think this is because I don’t always need a new infusion of energy from above; the constant influx can overwhelm my system. Instead, the energy that’s already there just needs to organize itself, release itself, be liberated by the force of its own power and by the integration of the surrounding parts.

More water and sunlight are not always needed; the plant may just need to break through the surface of the soil.

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Cracking The Organization’s Culture Code Organizational culture plays an important role in ensuring happiness at work. A positive company culture will define the success of an organization. https://www.topchro.com/article/cracking-the-organizations-culture-code

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Who is a bigger threat: Humans or AI? | HR Tech | Law of Robotics With HR Tech making waves there is an urgent need of HR Law and law of robotics to protect both robots and human rights. https://www.topchro.com/article/who-is-a-bigger-threat-humans-or-ai