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Sarah Hilton has been a business examiner for 20 years and a business teacher for longer. She is currently HOD of Business at a leading Derbyshire school. She runs the website revisionstation which provides great low cost business teaching resources to busy teachers so they don't have to keep reinventing the wheel.

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Sarah Hilton has been a business examiner for 20 years and a business teacher for longer. She is currently HOD of Business at a leading Derbyshire school. She runs the website revisionstation which provides great low cost business teaching resources to busy teachers so they don't have to keep reinventing the wheel.
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (235) 2 Legislation
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (235) 2 Legislation

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (235) 2 Legislation a) The effects on businesses of: • consumer protection • employee protection • environmental protection • competition policy • health and safety • intellectual property rights (copyright, patents and trademarks). Written by Sarah Hilton by Revisionstation
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (134) 1 Approaches to staffing
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (134) 1 Approaches to staffing

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (134) 1 Approaches to staffing This resource includes the following: a) Staff as an asset; staff as a cost. b) Flexible workforce: • multi-skilling • part-time and temporary • zero-hour contracts • flexible hours and home working • outsourcing. c) Distinction between dismissal and redundancy. d) Employer/employee relationships • individual approach • collective bargaining. Written by Sarah Hilton at Revisionstation
A Level Business Essay planning sheet
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A Level Business Essay planning sheet

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This is an essay planning sheet for Edexcel A level business but it’s in Word so it could be adapted to any board. I use these at revision time with U6 students together with past papers and the model marked answers. They use these to plan answers to the longer questions and it helps to cement the techniques for exams of using the case study as evidence to support their points.
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (233) 1 Profit
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (233) 1 Profit

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (233) 1 Profit a) Calculation of: • gross profit • operating profit • profit for the year (net profit). b) Ways to increase profits. c) Statement of comprehensive income (profit and loss account): • measuring profitability: calculation of gross profit margin, operating profit margin, and profit for the year (net profit) margin • ways to improve profitability. Written by Sarah Hilton for Revisionstation
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (233) 2 Liquidity
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (233) 2 Liquidity

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (233) 2 Liquidity a) Distinction between profit and cash. b) Statement of financial position (balance sheet): • measuring liquidity: calculating current ratio and acid test ratio • ways to improve liquidity, including assets, supplier credit terms, factoring, inventory JIT. c) Working capital and its management: the importance of cash. Written by Sarah Hilton for Revisionstation
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (433) 1 Marketing
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (433) 1 Marketing

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (433) 1 Marketing a) Global marketing strategy and global localisation (glocalisation). b) Different marketing approaches: • domestic/ethnocentric • mixed/geocentric • international/polycentric. c) Application and adaptation of the marketing mix (4Ps) to global markets. d) Application of Ansoff’s matrix and Porter’s matrix to global marketing decisions. Written by Sarah Hilton for Revisionstation
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (335) 3 Human resources
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (335) 3 Human resources

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (335) 3 Human resources a) Calculate and interpret the following to help make business decisions: • labour productivity • labour turnover and retention • absenteeism. b) Limitations of these calculations. c) Human resource strategies to increase productivity and retention and to reduce turnover and absenteeism: • financial rewards • employee share ownership • consultation strategies • empowerment strategies. Written by Sarah Hilton for Revisionstation
Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (232) 3 Break even
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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (232) 3 Break even

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Pearson Edexcel International A Level Business (232) 3 Break even a) Contribution: selling price − variable cost per unit. b) Break-even point: • total fixed costs + total variable costs = total revenue. c) Using contribution to calculate the break-even point. d) Margin of safety. e) Interpretation of break-even charts. f) Limitations of break-even analysis. Written by Sarah Hilton at Revisionstation
Edexcel A Level business tricky topics worksheet resources bundle
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Edexcel A Level business tricky topics worksheet resources bundle

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Included in this resources bundle: Investment Appraisal PED YED HRM calculations Break-even Capacity Utilisation Ratio Analysis Profit calculations Sales forecasting CPA Decision Trees Help your students to navigate the trickier topics on the syllabus. This complete pack includes editable Word worksheets suitable for Edexcel A Level business students, these are worksheets useful for whole class or individual use. (Could be adapted for other boards) Boost student grades and guide them through the harder topic areas. Worksheets have been designed with students in mind. Each resource covers the main theory of the topic and walks the students through step-by-step methods. Worksheets also help your students to master the trickier calculations by giving them lots of new practice examples to sink their teeth into Perfect for remote teaching
A Level Business revision ideas sheet
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A Level Business revision ideas sheet

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Hand out sheet to students, ask them to pick 3 topics they don't know well. Then they pick a colour. So for example they might make a summary sheet of break-even. They have to give you 3 pieces of work that they will create. Stick on an Ed Sheeran CD, crack open the felt tips and off you go...