Yearly Archives: 2021

Adapting your recruitment business

Posted on February 10, 2021 at 1:02 pm

If you own a recruitment business then you may have had to adapt your way of working to continue to place members of staff in jobs during the pandemic. Although many businesses have had to put recruitment on hold due to the pandemic, others are thriving and have had to take more staff on. They may also have to take staff on with different skill sets such as online marketing to cope with the new ways of trading.

It is important that you adapt your recruitment business to keep up with the current climate. Many recruitment firms are having to venture out in to different areas to find more jobs that they can advertise. You may also have to start to do more online as face to face appointments are not possible at the moment. Having a good website is key but you may want to also have an app. An app will allow you to communicate with people all over the UK at the click of a button. You can create an app where they can uploaded their CV, you can send them jobs they may be interested in and keep them up to date with jobs applications they have submitted. You can also send out notifications instantly and allow for online chatting or instant messaging if needed.

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Helping your child with their maths

Posted on January 18, 2021 at 3:11 pm

The maths work that even primary school children must do can be very complex. As an adult you may not of learnt a lot of the maths that your child has to do when you were at school and this can make it difficult for you to help them. If you are struggling with a task it may be worth you looking it up online. This should bring up video tutorials explaining how to do a certain calculation or method. Your child may have already done a lot of work on these types of methods at school so it may be that even if you don’t fully understand it, they do.

Your child’s teacher should be able to help you if you are struggling with the work that has been set. If your child is finding it hard to concentrate then they may be able to suggest easy in which you can help with that. If they are not wanting to engage then their teacher may be able to send them a video explaining what they need to do and giving them some motivation to get their work done. There are a number of other resources available such as BBC bitesize that you can get your child involved in if schoolwork is proving too difficult.

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