Writing an individual cover letter for each position you apply for may seem like a daunting task but a good cover letter can grab the attention of your future employer from the very beginning. We have some tips for you to create the perfect cover letter and ace your job application.
Resourcers are an asset to any recruitment business because of the invaluable support they provide to the recruitment consultants. Find out about the duties and functions of resourcers, how they add value to a business and what differentiates them from consultants.
The roles of executive assistant and personal assistant do share some similarities, but there's a fine line between the two. So, what are the key differences? Find out in this article.
From Head of HR or Chief People Office to Chief Happiness Officer, employers are using a variety of creative ways to title their HR. But sometimes, ambiguity in job titles can easily lead to confusion around the level of the role being recruited or applied for.
As the construction industry continues to grow, both the UK and Scottish governments have committed to large scale house building and infrastructure programmes resulting in increased demand for skilled and degree qualified specialists across a range of disciplines in the construction sector. This is the right time to consider a career in construction.
Managing stress in the workplace is incredibly important for physical and mental health, so in recognition of National Stress Awareness day, we’ve highlighted a few things you can do to look after yourself when things get stressful.
Heather Murdoch, who has joined us on our graduate programme, talks us through her transition from university to the professional world and an innovative way to make the most of her time
The question Katrin is asked most often by people outside of work is ‘why do you want to work in recruitment?’ Here are the main reasons she became an associate recruitment consultant at Eden Scott
One of our new Associate Consultants takes us through his journey from Sports Management and Development to a professional career as a Recruitment Consultant
If you have landed a job, whether temporary or permanent, it’s natural to want your first impression on the new employers to be positive and long-lasting. Here are some tips to ensure that you make a great impression in your new temporary role and secure future success.