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.
At the heart of good leadership are people that want to make a change. They are unwilling to sit back and accept the status quo and are passionate about finding new and innovative ways to solve problems.
Unfortunately, far too often, that isn't always the person in managerial positions. The reality is, there is and will always be a difference between a manager and a leader.
Is it just a fad that some politicians have found convenient to slap on a placard (or Facebook advert as is more likely the case these days), or is there some merit in a four-day-week?
Do you have ambitions on that top job, but you're not sure how to get there?
What sort of career planning does it take to set you on the path to success?
Knowing where to start is not easy, especially when you're considering the next five to ten years of your career.
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?
The dreaded question that kicks off so many interviews. When your brain goes into overdrive and considers which of the 25 different scenarios you think this potential employer wants to hear. here are our top 5 tips on finding success in what should be a reasonably straightforward question.
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?