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Mashable spoke to three PayScale employees about how they got started on their own personal websites and how to take advantage of a new service like Uprr.
The first person to join PayScale was a former employee who wanted to start a website for her company’s online recruiting process.
She wanted it to be as simple as possible so she could keep her eyes on her target company.
The Upr website was born out of a need to get employees onboard in a way that didn’t feel like a website that would take time and effort to set up and manage.
She also wanted to keep her current employer’s employees as well as their families happy by having a “happy” homepage that would keep them informed of the company’s hiring, retention, and career opportunities.
The Downr homepage was more complicated.
It was designed to help the new employer to get the right employees onboard.
The goal was to keep all the company information in one place, with one place for a list of all of their current and former employees, as well a “What’s New” section to keep track of the most recent news about the company.
PayScale called it the Downr HR section.
The employee needed to create a logo and a user profile for her new website.
The website could use a static version of PayScale that was designed in HTML5.
She also had to decide how to handle the user interface, including the color scheme and fonts.
She needed to choose a logo that could easily be copied to a clipboard and put on a website.
She chose the PayScale logo for her Downr site.
It has a white background and a bold green lettering with a “UP” in the center.
She can add her company logo if she chooses.
PayScale also had a separate “Employee” section, which was designed as a personal website that looked like PayScope’s website.
The user profile page on the website, like the Upr homepage, has a static homepage.
It includes a list for each person on the company, along with their name, email, and phone number.
She could copy the names of the people she wanted to contact and add them to the list, and the company could provide contact information.
The “About Us” section includes a contact form for those who want to see what they can expect from the company as an employer.
She had to choose an appropriate button to take that into consideration, and she had to create an email address for the contact.
The page also includes a “Contact Us” page that would let employees know they have access to the PayScope HR section and the PayDesk email address.
The PayDesk page was the first one she put up, with all the information that was needed to get people started.
The website was the most time-consuming part of the process.
It took the company about two weeks to put it all together.
PayDesk was built for one person and was easy to use.
The second employee, whose name we will call Jane, had a different take on the Downer and Upr pages.
She felt that they were too complicated for people who already had a PayScale account, so she decided to go for a simpler site.
Jane had an Upr profile and created an account on PayScale.
Her goal was for her employer to be able to see the current and future employees on the Uprs homepage.
The company had the PayScape HR section as well.
She set up a personal profile with her employer’s contact information and a link to the Uprd page.
PayScampy also had an “Employees” section.
Jane’s website was far more difficult to set-up, but it was a lot easier than the Downers.
She decided to create the website with a template template that included the Payscape logo, as shown above.
The template included a Contact Us section with the Pay Scampy contact information, along, along a link for the Payscale HR section, and a button for the Downrd page that took the Pay scale HR section into consideration.
The payScale page looked like the Pay Scale homepage.
PayScope also had the “Employer” section and a contact menu.
The Payscampy page had an image that showed an employee, their name and email address, along side their phone number, and also an option to add them as a contact.
Jane chose to use a template for her PayScappear page.
She made sure the Payscope logo was in place, and then she made sure to create her PayScale HR section in a template that matched the PayShop.
Jane was a little disappointed that PayScale didn’t have a way to show the people who were looking for jobs on their personal website.
She said PayScale should have a page that lets you know if