A fixed term contract is used by organisations when they have a specific end date for the work required. This may be seasonal work, maternity cover, long term sickness cover or where funding is provided for a specific project. Find out the benefits of Fixed term employment to both employers and employees.
Sally Rae, Principal Consultant for Hospitality and Tourism, has joined the board of the Association of Scottish Visitor Attraction (ASVA).
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.
We've seen a constant decline in the number of quantity surveyors in the UK’s construction sector; what does this mean for candidates and the people trying to hire them?
The uncertainty caused by Brexit has affected every sector, especially hospitality and tourism. We take a look at what might come next for both industries when the UK eventually leaves the EU
The first ENGenious Symposium and Exhibition was held at the AECC between 4th and 6th September 2018, bringing together representatives from the offshore and onshore upstream oil and gas industries with the goal of driving radical digital transformation
Ambition 2030 is a a cross sector growth strategy developed by the Scotland Food and Drink Partnership alongside the Scottish Government. Here is our take on what it means for recruitment.
By 2050, the population will be around 10 billion people; Innovate UK explores what the future of food production may look like and how it will tackle this growing issue
The global blockchain supply market is expected to grow from $145 million in 2018 to $3.314 billion in 2023. Due to the complexity and significant lack of transparency of current supply chains, there is a growing interest in how blockchains might transform the oil and gas supply chain and logistics industry.
The construction industry in Scotland is growing inexorably, especially in the North east of Scotland where the demand for workforce in the construction sector continues to increase rapidly.