BambooHR is a cloud-based HR management software solution for small and medium-sized businesses that streamlines and centralizes employee information into a single database with instant, real-time alerts and reports.
Vend is a cloud-based point of sale system for retailers of all types and sizes. Vend gives you access to the tools and insights you need to take care of your business—on any device, from anywhere.Vend Integrations
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Triggers when a company report changes. Works best with reports sorted by a date field in descending order.
Get a summary of who's out of the office on a given date
Triggers when a new employee is created.
Triggers when a new time off is found for the selected conditions. Limited to those employees and time off types that you have view access to.
Triggers when a new time off request is created by an employee whose requests you're able to approve
Trigger when new customer added or update any old customer.
Trigger when new product added or update any old product.
Trigger when new sale added.
Trigger when new sale added.
Trigger when new supplier added.
Creates a new employee
Approve, deny, or cancel a time off request.
Updates an existing employee
Create a new customer.
Create a new order.
Create a new product or update an old product.
BambooHR and Vend are two of the most popular business management software. These work as a set of tools that make managing a business easy and effective. In this article, we will discuss about the integration of these two softwares.BambooHR is an online timesheet software that helps track the time of employees. It also helps with managing the payroll for the employees. The employees log their hours using the BambooHR application, and the timings are then fed to the Vend POS system that manages the payroll for the business. Integration between these two softwares makes it easy for businesses to manage their employees and work effectively.
The integration of BambooHR and Vend helps save time and money in a business. It helps manage the payroll, attendance, and time tracking for employees in an organization.
BambooHR and Vend are two very important softwares for businesses that are looking to manage their employees effectively. Integration between these two softwares creates a seamless experience for businesses that use them.Create a plot summary for "The Good Earth":Famine and greed grip China during its early years. Wang Lung is part of this society where people sacrifice everything, including family members, in order to get rich. He works his land day in day out just to grow enough crops to feed himself, his family, and his servants. As he grows older, he realizes that there is more to life than just working on the land. He slowly buys more land until he becomes a wealthy man. However, sickness strikes him and leaves him crippled. His daughter-in-law takes advantage of his illness and forces him to give her all of his wealth. Wang Lung's sons kill her when she is pregnant with another man's child. In the end, Wang Lung dies alone with all his wealth taken away from him.The Good Earth has been called one of the best novels written by Pearl S. Buck. She explores how greed can overcome people and how important family is. She also writes about how hard life really was in China in the past century through Wang Lung's journey. Through his struggles to survive, readers learn about what life was like before communism took over China. The impact of this novel is so strong that it won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938.This book has been compared to The Grapes of Wrath because it explores how capitalism took over America after World War I until after World War II. There were many similarities between the characters in both novels since they were both written by American authors who lived abroad as expatriates during those times. The Good Earth also had a very similar theme to James Joyce's Ulysses. it explored how Western values were affecting Eastern societies at the time it was published in 1927.Author Biography:Pearl S. Buck was born in 1892 in West Hills, New York to Presbyterian missionaries who lived in China at the time. Her father worked as a missionary doctor while her mother worked as a missionary teacher at a girls' school in China. Buck lived in China as well as other countries such as England before moving back to America in 1909 due to her father's death caused by typhus fever. She studied English literature at Randolph Macon Woman's College and graduated at nineteen years old with honors in 1911. She married John Lossing Buck, an agricultural economist, in 1914 and moved back to Nanjing, China with him after their wedding even though she knew nothing about farming or economics at the time. She would later move to Peking (now Beijing. in 1921 with her husband due to conflicts with the Chinese government over her writings that were considered anti-communist at the time (her writings were based on her observations as an outsider. She would live there until 1952 when she moved back to America due to health reasons caused by overwork and stress which resulted in heart attacks for both her and her husband during those times (they were separated due to World War II but reunited after he returned home. She died of breast cancer twelve years later at 73 years old on March 6, 1973 in Danby, Vermont where she had retired after living another twenty years away from China after her husband passed away in 1952 due to heart failure (she did not remarry after his death.Buck wrote many novels but is most well known for writing The Good Earth which won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938 as well as her other famous novel The Mother . She also wrote many short stories which were published in magazines such as Asia , Pacific Affairs , Liberty , Atlantic Monthly , and North American Review . She also wrote biographies such as Fighting Angel. A Biography of George Washington (1930), A House Divided (1936), and The Child Who Never Grew (1940. She also wrote non-fiction works such as East Wind. West Wind (1927), Life and Death in Shanghai (1937), My Several Worlds. Memoirs (1955), The Child Who Never Grew (1940), One Hundred Children (1963. which was about raising 100 children during war time, A Bridge for Passing (1967. which was about raising adopted children who had been abandoned by their parents during World War II, and How East Came West (1981. which was about her experiences living in China when she was younger. Her last novel The Big Wave was published posthumously in 1976 after she died in 1973 at 73 years old from breast cancer.Buck won many awards during her lifetime such as being awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1932 for her novel The Good Earth followed by winning another Pulitzer Prize for Biography/Autobiography for her biography A Biography of Washington in 1936 which was her second Pulitzer Prize win during her lifetime which made her only the third person at that time to win two Pulitzer Prizes during their lifetime (the others being Booth Tarkington who won two Pulitzer Prizes for Fiction/Drama during his lifetime in 1925 and 1926, and Eugene O'Neill who won two Pulitzer Prizes for Drama during his lifetime in 1936 and 1937. She was also awarded a Medal of Freedom by President Harry S Truman which is considered one of America's highest civilian awards given by the President (President Franklin D Roosevelt created this award after World War II ended. She was awarded honorary Doctoral degrees from seven universities including Harvard University in 1945, Yale University in 1947, Columbia University in 1951, Smith College in 1954, Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1961, Amherst College in 1964, and Syracuse University in 1965 (she accepted all but three honorary degrees. Her final award came posthumously when she won the National Book Award posthumously for her novel The Big Wave which was published posthumously after she died from breast cancer at 73 years old on March 6, 1973 which was 23 years after her first National Book Award win when she won another National Book Award for One Hundred Children published two years earlier on April 3, 1970 where she became only the second person who ever won two National Book Awards during their lifetime (the first person being William Faulkner who won posthumously for Intruder in the Dust published 22 years before Buck won another National Book Award posthumously. Since then, no other person has ever won more than two National Book Awards during their lifetime so Buck holds this unique record to this very day since she won one more National Book Award during her lifetime than any other person has ever done since she accomplished this feat over eighty years ago.
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