With plans to open 50 new locations in the next four years, creating an extra 1,000 jobs, LEON has unrelieved a new working pattern for parents and joined the Hire Me My Way campaign.
First impressions count in every walk of life; they can be the difference between landing a job, contract or investment and walking away empty handed.
Every week my team and I receive hundreds of letters and CVs from young people wanting to work for Pimlico Plumbers. The number of CVs arriving in our post box is already ramping up as we are in the middle of exam season and students are considering what’s next for their education and careers.
Schools, colleges and universities aren’t making enough young people "world-ready", let alone "work-ready" and by the time they come to employers like me they may be hungry for a job, but they don’t often have the real skills they need to enter the workplace no matter how many bits of paper they bring after passing their exams.
The world is changing and constant innovation in the workplace is resulting in more diverse jobs – many of which weren't around years ago. As such, LinkedIn has found the ten jobs that are most likely to be misunderstood by British parents.
Owning a franchise business can be an attractive option; especially for those looking for a greater work/life balance and the flexibility of juggling family commitments alongside an independent and rewarding career. As such, Caroline Crabbe, general manager at Jo Jingles unveils a few tips on how to succeed in the franchise world.
Dropping your child off at nursery before you go to work can be a surprisingly traumatic experience for parents and children. For many mothers and fathers concerns about how their kids are being treated can be distracting, and it was this concern that one nursery tried to address.
Michael Kimmel, a leading researcher on masculinity, recently announced that he wanted to recruit men to support gender equality – because it boosted productivity, created happy families, and importantly, inspired more sex.
As working parents struggle with the annual headache of arranging childcare over the summer break, Richard Morris, UK CEO of Regus, discusses what employers can do to ease the burden.
In a bid to boost international expansion, children's video learning app Hopster has made two senior technical appointments – including the addition of a Made.com executive – and plans to grow its presence on Apple TV.
New research conducted by Atomik Research for Direct Line for Business has revealed that 60 per cent of the 844,000 home business owners with dependent children take time away from business to invest in their young ones during school holidays.