As terrifying a prospect as your first year as a newly qualified teacher is, there are ways that you can make it easier for yourself, and we don’t just mean copious amounts of coffee! Try our suggestions below to help you survive your NQT year.
There is a lot to take into consideration when thinking about working for you. It comes down to personality, will power and in which method you want to work. We’re going to take a look at how freelancing compares to working a steady salaried base job and the takeaways of what works and what doesn’t. […]
Learning a set of admin skills as a compulsory part of your formal schooling and even your tertiary education seems like a bit of a frivolous necessity until you find yourself in a situation where you’re actually called upon to use those skills. One of those admin skills is indeed taking the minutes of meeting, […]
In order to stay relevant and actively involved in the economy, we kind of all need a little leg up. We normally get that support from our parents as they take us through formal schooling and perhaps even fund our further education so that we can finally get qualified to perhaps enter the job market. […]
If there’s one thing the recruitment industry has taught me (amongst a lot of other lessons as well, of course) it’s that it really is never too late to pursue your dreams. Yes, it sounds like a cliché, but that’s only because people tend to use that phrase rather emptily. It’s become just that — […]
The first ever National Equality Standard (NES) accreditation to be handed to a water company recently went to Yorkshire Water.
Whether you are in charge of handling the payroll exercises for your small business or have an accounting team responsible for bookkeeping, prepaid payroll cards are something you should definitely consider, as their use could prove to be extremely beneficial to both you and your employees.
Batley-based Morrison Utility Services (MUS) has been awarded a three-year contract extension worth £250 million by Yorkshire Water to aid in the process of carrying out essential maintenance and repair work to the water and sanitation company’s 31, 000 kilometre clean water network.
For many people, the internet is something which makes them spend money instead of something which they can use to get some money off of. Sure, there’s free Wi-Fi available just about anywhere you go these days, but in one way or the other it costs a bit of money to just connect. In addition, […]
There’s a lot of attention paid to the concepts of getting the career that you’ve always dreamed of, but equally important is simply to avoid the activities that will destroy that career once you get it.