Following the death of the late Queen Elizabeth II, I along with the many thousands of others, I wanted to pay my respects to the only monarch we have ever known (unless you are 97 like my dear nan who will remember
What is the Difference Between an Audio Typist and a Transcriptionist?
There are some underlying similarities between a Transcriptionist and an Audio Typist, but there are also a lot of differences, in this article we explore what these are.
The main requirements for an
I hope the gloomy weather hasn’t dampened your spirits this week, especially as the sun looks to be returning from tomorrow! Whatever the weather, this week’s blog has a mixture of ideas to keep you busy indoors and out – enjoy!
Lockdown – Spanish Style
Buenos Dias and greetings from not-so-sunny Spain! No, I’m not complaining about the unseasonable grey and windy weather, it’s making the lockdown here a little more bearable. If it were a warm and sunny day I would be itching to go
Hello from British Columbia on the west coast of Canada. I am Jean and I work for Fingertips Typing Services.
Cathy wrote a great article last week about lockdown in the UK and she asked me if I would write a short article about lockdown
Just a few weeks ago most of us were out at work, commuting, working in an office, going for lunch and all the usual things that daily life brings. Just a few weeks later and quite suddenly, many of us are working from home, furloughed
It seems that today is the day that we find out if schools are closing and employers are forced to send staff home to work. Boris Johnson is today chairing a COBRA meeting following the revelations that Tom Hanks and his wife now have the
It was one of those summers that you’d remember well into your dotage though possibly in the wistful, sepia toned way that distant memory has. I was living by the sea in a little cottage, visiting the beach every day, eating fish freshly caught by
Four day week – There’s been a lot of talk lately about a four day working week. What’s not to like? More time off without a drop in pay, lovely jubbly. But hang on a second, what do employers think about this? What about the
For our latest article, we wanted to write something fun and engaging. Below are 30 of the funniest British sayings and their origins. Some date back centuries, whilst others from the 20th century and from WW2. The meanings to some of them are very interesting
The old ones, as they say, are the best… so I wanted to re-share a poem we came up with to wish all of our fantastic customers and employees a Very Merry Christmas!
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through
Believe it or not, PowerPoint has been around for 31 years. When you think about it, that is pretty amazing considering how much technology has advanced. So many products have fallen to the wayside: Blackberry, Video and even DVD now to some extent. Yet PowerPoint