There was a great response from the second Eden Scott Accountancy & Finance Exchange on the 21 February 2014. An insightful seminar discussed all things commercial accountancy and why accountants with commercial nous are in growing demand across North East employers.
Glasgow City Council is contesting the results of a recent study that suggests the city fared poorly on jobs and employment during the recent recession, compared to other UK towns and cities.
Not another bland “how to write a CV” article, Paul Buchan from Eden Scott shares his advice on how to ensure recruiters take notice of your application with an eye catching CV.
A recent survey highlighted that 98% of HR professionals feel that it's important that people working in HR have well developed business awareness, however only 1 in 10 of the survey's respondents felt their HR department has the business acumen it need to deliver change.
We are delighted to announce that Eden Scott Recruitment Consultant, Peter Dunn, has been promoted to Managing Consultant of IT in Edinburgh.
Following the success of our previous event, Eden Scott are delighted to invite you to our FREE Accountancy and Finance career seminar and networking evening in Aberdeen on the 21st February, where we'll be talking about commercial accountancy.
Fundamentally, there has been a significant change in accountancy, and one of those is the growing demand of the commercial accountant. Our seminar will highlight these changes and how you can develop the skills to get ahead in the industry.
The fact that you have been invited to interview is a sign that the selectors are already impressed with what you or your CV has to say. The next step is to show them that you are as good as your application has suggested.
So it's a contentious issue; should Scotland be an independent country?
But what is it? After publishing an article on commercial accountancy and the changing perception of hiring managers, I received a plethora of responses from those voicing their opinions on the matter.
People set up a home business for many reasons - to have low overheads, escape the daily traffic jams, gain more flexibility, be the boss. Sounds great, but unfortunately it's not that simple.
Working from home can be tricky: often creating a feeling of isolation. It can also severely affect your motivation, making even the simplest task a major chore.
But it needn't be so. Here are a few recommendations for making the most of your working time at home.