Kirsten is Informations Manager at Young Scot. Here she tells us how she manages a career as well as bringing up her three year old son.
Scotland’s jollity and penchant for celebrations are no secret. However, many people are unaware of the amazing work opportunities the country offers, with relocation often being seen as a daunting and undesirable prospect. Read our guide to find out why you should consider the move over the border…
Read our comprehensive forecast on recruitment trends for 2015, across a range of market sectors and disciplines. Download the Eden Scott Recruitment Market Insight Report 2015.
If your baby is due on or after April 5th 2015, you could be eligible for Shared Parental leave, a new initiative being introduced in Scotland, England and Wales.
Shared Parental leave is set to replace Additional Paternity Leave. Read more about the changes in this article.
Digital. It’s constantly evolving and as we approach the end of another transformational year for the industry, we begin to look forward and forecast what’s in store.
As the Scottish food industry continues to thrive, export revenues are booming and expected to reach £12.5 billion by 2015. Great news for the economy, Scottish food brands are now receiving worldwide recognition.
I recently had the pleasure of attending an event hosted by IPA Scotland for a discussion on the interactivity of brands and how the modern day consumer can be transformed from an idle observer into an active participant.
A brand is an intangible asset that differentiates a company from its competitors. For years marketers have been measuring brand equity, striving to improve it in order to gain market share and encourage consumers to choose their brand over everyone else’s.
As the war for talent intensifies, businesses are looking at methods to create and define their employer brand. An employer brand can be defined as the intrinsic attributes which communicates company culture, its presence, position and quality, in order to attract the best talent in the market and to retain employees in the business.
In today’s society; with the exciting, challenging, and fast paced triumphs of new and innovative technologies, representation from both genders is needed to keep aggressively pushing the ever expanding technological boundary.
What happens next? Will it be business as usual or will change be coming? What we can be certain about is that everyone will be looking towards the UK government to follow through on its promises for devolution of power to the Scottish Parliament.