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  • Brexit REED blog-min

    Brexit and the housing sector

    09 April 2019 By Roger Levett - Business Development Director at REED

    With the changes that Brexit will present, there is likely to be an impact on temporary workforces within the Housing Sector. This is because recruiters are increasingly looking to EU nationals to fill skills shortages. Through establishing high quality talent pools of potential workers from contract commencement and working with stakeholders to identify potential candidates who can be up-skilled, REED supports our clients deal with the upcoming potential unavailability of candidates.

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  • What's it like being an apprentice at YPO?

    05 March 2019 By Jorden Nestor, Business Administration Apprentice - YPO

    Are you considering an apprenticeship? Want to know more about what they’re like? In this blog, i'll be telling you about my time as an apprentice and how the experience is helping me progress with my future.

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  • How Messy Play is helping children to write

    07 January 2019 By Holly, Little Learners Southport

    Little Learners is a multi award winning messy play and mark making company with over 30 franchises across the country. We are always looking for the best, most exciting products to use in our classes, which look great and are versatile for the children to make marks in. Mark making is at the heart of our mission and what we focus all of our messy play classes and activities on!

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  • Time to stop bashing the plastics

    11 December 2018 By James Lee, Managing Director of Cromwell Polythene

    Ditching plastics would be a knee jerk and an unsustainable response to recent negative press, says Cromwell Polythene managing director James Lee.

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  • AI and the rise of Virtual Worker

    07 November 2018 By Ashley Cartwright, Category Manager - ICT Innovation

    As we move into what is commonly dubbed as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” businesses are evolving at increasing speed. Customers are expecting more and more from their service providers, making technological flexibility and work-place productivity paramount in staying on top of demand.

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  • Easter egg hunt

    Make your Easter egg hunt more egg-citing

    02 March 2018 By Tara Charlesworth, Buyer - Arts and Crafts

    Children love taking part in Easter egg hunts! Not only are they fun, they’re great for teaching a wide range of skills.

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  • Outdoor learning in your daily routine

    22 February 2018 By Eden Learning Spaces

    The formative early years are full of wonder, curiosity and discovery. This special time should be fostered through inspirational learning experiences in dynamic environments.

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