Charlotte helping flush away poverty!
Bis Recruit in Palma
A staggering 2.3 billion people worldwide don’t have a loo. That’s 1/3 of the world’s population.
I discovered Toilet Twinning after seeing framed pictures of toilets (which clearly weren’t from this country), in a couple of bathrooms I had frequented. Wanting to find out more, I decided to look it up online and discovered it was a charity that raises funds to enable people living in poor communities to have clean water, basic sanitation and very importantly, a toilet.
The tips of temping by Frankie
This weekend we jetted off to Palma, Mallorca, for a weekend of sun, sea and sangria.
As seasoned travellers, directors Sue & Chrys played tour guides and ensured we made the most of the 48-hour period we were away. Staying in the beautiful Gran Melia Victoria, we were only a short walk along the marina to Palma’s historic Old Town where you can find authentic restaurants and boutique shops hidden down the many winding side streets.
Registering with the temps team at Bis Recruit wasn’t what I’d expected. Hardened from what seemed like hours of fruitless online applications and countless unanswered emails, I had fully prepared for the registration process to be equally as painful. Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised! Half an hour later, I emerged from the offices on York Street with a mind buzzing full of great CV advice, warmed from a cup of tea and with a new job on the horizon.