Personal Branding is becoming an increasingly important part of getting a new job. So we chatted with Hannah Power, a personal branding expert who runs her own consultancy, advising people on making the most of every opportunity.
It can be easy to rely on the technical skills of a candidate or employee as justification for their inclusion in your team but softer skills, communication, leadership, collaboration are becoming increasingly important for today's workforce.
It's an exciting time for the wind power industry in Scotland - there's no better time to break into renewables sector and become a wind turbine technician
Our recent research has highlighted that only 42% of respondents felt that technology would improve their companies' approach to diversity and inclusion. A further 45% were on the fence and thought there was a possibility it could have an impact, but they were not sure.
What is your career ambition? Whatever your career goal is, you need a plan to get there. The people in those current roles will almost certainly have set out a plan many years before and will have been laser-focused on sticking to the milestones they set themselves.
Would it surprise you to know between 2016 and 2019, nearly three-quarters of jobs had more than 40% of the skills required change?
Our guest blogger Claire Nisbet is a Senior Solicitor in the Employment and Pensions team at Maclay Murray & Spens LLP. Here Claire discusses what to do when an applicant lies during the recruitment process.
WFH. Those three letters have become synonymous with job adverts and working life across the UK over the last year. It is a benefit that the majority of job seekers are now looking for but is it what everyone wants? Or do we miss our colleague a little too much?
HR Analytics has become an essential business function for some businesses, whereas, for others, it is still very much a functional tool that provides necessary data on absence or timekeeping. Where is your business?
The Job Entry Targeted Support (JETS) scheme aims to boost the job prospects of over 250,000 people through support from 13,500 work coaches. Recent research carried out by Eden Scott, one of Scotland's leading recruitment agencies, highlighted the value HR professionals put on the softer skills when recruiting.