Sometimes varying exchange rates mean that one currency is weaker than the other.
For example If the exchange rate was £1-$1.25 it would mean that you would get more dollars for your pound, meaning the dollar is weaker. It’s weaker because if you were doing it the other way around, $-£ then you would get less pounds, costing you more money.
Job Advert: Is an advertisement for a job, including information about the job and skills required.
CV: Is a document telling potential employers about yourself, your education and various skills.
Application form: Is a form that allows you to apply for something such as a job, college place, competition or something else where personal information is needed.
Job description: Is a description of a job, such as the skills needed, hours to work, hourly pay etc…
Person specification: Is when there is a specific type of person required for a job, for example specific skills etc…
Shortlisting: Is a short list of available candidates that fit the criteria needed for something specific.
Interview: And Interview is a process in which someone is casually assessed on their ability to do something they have applied for.
References: A reference is something someone had said, usually positive, to display how good you are at something.
I repeat purchase Superdrug own brand hair dye (midnight blue)
I repeat purchase this particular hair dye as it is great quality and great quality, also, it is easily accessible.
I repeat purchase ‘Shakespeares’ Milkshake.
I repeat purchase this particular milkshake because it’s delicious and you get what you pay for. The service in ‘Shakespeares’ is great, your milkshake is made straight away and in full view.
Sole trader: A sole trader describes any business that is owned and controlled by one person.
Partnership: Partnerships are businesses owned by two or more people.
Advantages of being a sole trader:
It is easy to set up as no formal legal paperwork is required.
Generally, only a small amount of capital needs to be invested, which reduces the initial start-up cost.
As the only owner, the entrepreneur can make decisions without consulting anyone else.
Disadvantages of being a sole trader:
The sole trader has no one to share the responsibility of running the business with. A good hairdresser, for example, may not be very good at handling the accounts.
Sole traders often work long hours. They may find it difficult to take holidays or time off if they are ill.
They face unlimited liability if the business fails
Unlimited liability: The owners of a business are personally liable for any debts the business may have.
Limited liability: The liability of the owners of the business, the shareholders, to pay off its debts is limited amount of money they have invested into the business when buying shares.
- Features of unlimited liability: No difference between their own finance and the business’
- Do not have to share ownership
- All profits go to the sole trader.
I would rather choose to have a partner in business. This is because being a sole trader means there is no difference between your own finances and the business’, this would be terrible if the business failed. Also, you wouldn’t have free time you’d always be working