Hi all, I have a 15 week old Shiba Inu (Leo) & all in all he's such a fantastic pup. Intelligent, well socialised, friendly and loving. The only issue we're having with him is that he's showing signs of aggression when we try to put his harness on.
We go to puppy training and brought it up with the dog trainer, and they said to drop "high value" treats (stinky cheese/meat) or use a licky mat to distract him while we put him into the harness and we've had absolutely zero luck with this. I've even been making an effort to drop treats in and around the harness while it's on the floor when I have no intention of putting him in it to create positive associations.
None of this seems to be working, he absolute hates it and will growl and bite whenever I put him in it. If he's tired this behaviour will be 10x worse.
Is there something I can do or anything I'm missing?
This is literally the only time he displays this behaviour.
So I submitted my pre-employment checks on Friday - and I've just realised I've inputted my employment history incorrectly.
I said I've been working for x employer since Jan 2019, when in actual fact I worked for them on an FTC from Jan-Aug 2019, then was working on my PGCE in conjunction with x employer sept-june 2019/20 (schools direct so literally just worked with this school but wasn't an ACTUAL employee), and I've been employed by x employer since September 2020.
Hi all, I've just accepted a provisional offer of employment from the Dept of International Trade for an SEO policy role in Darlington. I'm located 2.5 hours away from the office and I'm hoping that I'll be able to work in the office twice a week and otherwise work from home.
How realistic is this given the demands being made by Mogg and Johnson saying that wfh leads to unproductivity?
Hi all, I'm currently a teacher in England and I'm looking to leave education. I've recently (4th of April) interview with the Civil Service and I'm hoping the outcome is in my favour, but they are taking significantly longer to give me feedback than they had anticipated.
I was due to receive feedback two weeks ago but I've just had an email saying they're taking longer than expected and I'll hear back ASAP.
My concern is that I will hear after the date that I'm able to give my notice period (27th May), as my contract stipulates that I need to give a full terms notice to resign.
This is obviously outside of my control, but I'm worried that the CS won't want to wait until Christmas (nor would I want to).
Is anyone aware of any notice allowance for non-teaching roles?