Monthly Archives: April 2014

Postcard from Morocco – keeping business simple

keeping business simpleI’ve recently returned from a two week holiday in Morocco. Before you think of sun and sand, we are a hyperactive family and we love the variety of doing something different every day.

We persuaded our 13 and 10 year old children to climb the highest mountain in north Africa, Jebel Toubkal at 4167 metres, though we hadn’t banked on camping in a snowstorm. We also made it to the… Continue reading →

A Graduate or an Apprentice?

Graduate or an Apprentice Apprenticeships have become very popular as a valuable way of training young people on the job, supported by financial incentives.

But how do you determine whether a vacancy is for a graduate or an apprentice?

Perhaps some roles are better for steady permanent staff whilst others are more suited to a graduate? But how do you determine the difference?

Transferable vs Technical Skills

The apprentices’ role is technical

Apprentices are… Continue reading →