Order Results By
This powerpoint introduces students to a whole host of anti discrimination laws (sex, race, age, gender, pay, disability) as well as employment laws such as minimum wage, health & safety & data protection. It also includes an extract from a recent (May 2015) news article involving a high profile company and a gender pay gap!
What do real companies offer their employees? Who is the most generous? What would motivate you to work harder? This fun quiz helps answer all of these burning questions!
This powerpoint introduces students to training/ development in the workplace. It compares on the job with off the job training and includes a link to a fantastic 5 minute video clip demonstrating training techniques used at BMW.
This activity is a fun way to introduce, Lean Production and Quality Control to AS students in a hands on, kinaesthetic way. I used this activity in my OFSTED observation and got a judgement of OUTSTANDING. The activity is followed up with Exam Style questions that check the boxes for Equality & Diversity as well as Stretch & Challenge.
Nobody wants to mention it, but you, if you are English, are up for £200,000, and add to that £1,000 p.a. compound interest. Good for an assembly.
This is an attempt to inject some realism into the lessons about job interviews.
This resource is based on business training for marketing. AIDA is carefully explained along with various tips and caveats. The importance of negativity and questioning are outlined. There are several examples to show what each part of AIDA means. There are two chances to try AIDA out for yourself.
A lot of people do not bother to work today. They can get by on the Jobseekers' Allowance or on State support quite easily. It is a career option. The University option which was once so conclusive no longer always works, although it does sometimes. Many graduates are on the dole.
Economics is terribly hard to teach because it is boring. Everyone talks and nobody seems to listen. They just quote tables, "facts" and figures which support their own argument. As Europe looms larger and larger, this will get people into lively debate.
This is an active, fun group activity where the students become stock market traders, and attempt to predict market changes to make large profits.
Welcome to Help Me Teach.