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We have welcomed three young people into our graduate programme as Eden Scott start to establish our own brand of recruitment professionals built on trust, respect, innovation, integrity and innovation. It takes a special type of person to cut it with Eden Scott and we want to ensure we are leading the way in producing a new breed of recruitment professionals.
We had a great night on 13th July in our brand spanking new offices in Chapel Street. It was definitely time we let our clients, new and old see the new abode and make them familiar with the office.
The Times They Are A Changin’… So sang world weary troubadour Bob Dylan. Was he singing about jobs in Aberdeen? Given that he wrote the song in New York’s Greenwich Village in 1964, probably not.
In 2011, as the country dragged itself out from the doldrums of of the 2008 recession I had the good fortune to be at a lunch with the, now former, Chief Executive of a well-known UK children’s charity. He was explaining to me the oxymoronic situation charities find themselves in when the economy hits the skids. So now as we creep (and I say that in very quiet terms with no discussion of green shoots) from the jaws of recession, where does this leave the third sector?
Many of us in the recruitment industry have been watching the latest developments in relation to the “gig economy” with great interest as it adds to an ever-changing landscape in both workers’ rights and employer responsibilities.
We see a lot of CV's in our role. Some good, some inspiring and some are not great. With all our team's experience we pulled together their knowledge to create some CV writing tips, a top 5 dos and don'ts, to keep you on the right track and to make sure you get that job.
As with many industries the world of auditing is being disrupted by technology and an increasing need to see a greater return on investment. For those hiring auditors, whether internal or external, there is an increasing demand for more strategic contribution to ensure organisations are prepared and ready for any disruption they may face. The days of completing a technical audit without providing some wider benefit to the organisations in terms of achieving their objectives is gone.
After nine months of claim, counter-claim, legislative and political manoeuvring Teresa May finally triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty at the end of March. With that so began a two year process of strenuous negotiation to enable the UK to exit the EU on favourable terms to ensure as smooth a transition to self-government as possible.
With dissertation deadline dates looming large and graduation gowns being ordered, you've probably already started to apply for various graduate schemes and entry level roles. But have you considered Supply Chain management?
It is fair to say there was a muted response from business to the Chancellor, Philip Hammond’s, last spring time budget. We are always keen to hear what this means in terms of the labour market and how it will affect employment across the country.