In 2017 and beyond there is and will continue to be a huge range of challenges facing small accounting firms. If you scan the forums and articles via IFAC, ICAEW, ICAS and ACCA it is clear that a lot of traditional issues are still dominating the day to day concerns of these firms.
Our HR Recruitment Team here at Eden Scott have teamed up with industry leaders John Ferguson Leadership and Hr NETWORK Magazine to prepare this survey to help us get a better understanding of the challenges facing those within the HR industry.
This is likely to be quite an important week in the world of finance. Brexit still dominates the news agenda but a certain little red box will take centre stage on Wednesday.
The imminent change in gender pay gap reporting regulation is going to have a significant impact on almost every sector of employment. With around seven months to go it is important to see what progress Food and Drink Manufacturers have made towards preparing for this change, and also to remind the industry of what is involved in this new reporting.
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
It has been an interesting few weeks for the Life Sciences sector here in Scotland. With continuing investment and Brexit looming on the horizon, we thought we’d take a look into the various events of the last few weeks and what impact they might have on the vision for 2025.
The manufacturing and technology sector in Scotland could be about to undergo a resurgence similar to Silicone Glen
Have you ever wondered what recruiters do on a day to day basis? One of the newest editions to our team will shed some light on what we get up to.
I am asked on a daily basis 'what are the biggest challenges facing the food and drink industry today?'. Whilst appreciating there are many challenges facing the industry, these can vary across the different sectors within the food and drink manufacturing sector. The constant, is ‘people and skills’.
Returning to Edinburgh from the Offshore Europe conference event in Aberdeen a few weeks ago, I was encourage to note a mood of “cautiously optimistic” permeating throughout the halls of the AECC for the future of the oil and gas sector.