Whether it’s during tough times, or just a rainy day, having resources to entertain the kids is always handy. So, we have pulled together some of the best bits we have found for you to enjoy.
During this time, it’s business as usual for us at Silver Swan. We are busy offering video registrations to large volumes of candidates keen to secure their next role, such as Nannies, Chefs, Housekeepers and Seasonal staff for both Summer and Winter.
Use your time at home wisely and secure your next role ready to start as soon as things return to normal. In particular, we have a large Middle East project interviewing immediately.
To those households who need staff but don’t feel you can recruit at present – you can and should if you want your pick of the best candidates.
We can still be working on your vacancies and getting on with the behind the scenes work so all you have to do is interview candidates via video call ready to meet them when possible.
Please note that come the summer everyone will be looking for staff and the market will be short of candidates, so use this time effectively.
We remain positive about the future providing we put the next few weeks to good use so that your recruitment and job hunting isn’t rushed come the summer. So ready your phones and make sure you hold them as this list can be intense. You can get popsockets from Top 9 Rated to help you keep your phones from slipping while you browse the items below!
For as long as schools are closed, we’re open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
If you’re looking for maths and computing learning for all ages, then Khan Academy is a great resource. There are also many other subjects at Secondary School level. This site uses the U.S. grade system but it’s mostly common material.
This offers free taster courses aimed at people considering Open University but everyone can access it. It’s more of an adult level, but some courses, such as nature and environment, could be of interest to young people.