Posts Tagged“UK”

Work as a human resource professional in the UK? If so, we understand what you are going through right now, as Brexit has made the economy hard to read in recent months. As such, it is tough to forecast what will happen with salaries in 2017, making your job much harder to do when employees enter your cubicle demanding a raise. There may be a great deal of uncertainty, but there is data out there that will help the human resources department strike deals with your company’s talent that will leave management in good shape as well. The infographic below relays…

It is often said that when one is tired of London, they are tired of life. As cliche as it is, it rings true in reality, as the sheer amount of things to do here makes it almost impossible for anyone to be bored. However, some visitors have eclectic tastes, meaning that the vanilla tourist attractions that people normally associate with London won’t be enough to entertain them. In this article, we will reveal some of the most interesting things that one can see while visiting London. Before reading our post though, take a moment to think about your transport…

Between the London Eye, the National Gallery and Westminster Abbey, it’s easy to spend more than you should while exploring the streets of London. But what if you didn’t have to break the bank to enjoy the sights? Here are just 10 ways to experience London on a budget… 1. Avoid the Summer Months Everyone wants to visit London when the weather’s nice and the marathoners are coming out, but prices also skyrocket during these times. Schedule your trip a little sooner or a little later than the rest of the crowds. Winter time is especially affordable. 2. Find Deals…

The French Open, Paris Several musicians – including Frank Sinatra – have offered up songs in tribute to the iconic location that is Paris over the years – and who could begrudge them? There is endless opportunities for fun in the capital of France and if you love your tennis, there’s a great reason to be here for the French Open, the second of the four Grand Slam tennis events of the season. Held in May-June each year, the French Open is always a special time not least for the usually perfect weather. This is an ideal time to be in…