Airbus Anxiety: This will make you feel the fear

25 January 2019

A friend whose son recently gave up university eight weeks into the start of his Law degree course to run an online business selling trainers, said he’d become accustomed to the bemused look on people...

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Don’t bet the farm on your New Year resolutions

If you think Brexit is the biggest threat to your job, think again.

15 January 2019

We’re two weeks into a new year and, if you step outside the Brexit-dominated bubble for a moment, the UK in 2019 can seem like quite a positive place to live. The economy is growing, albeit not as qu...

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If you think Brexit is the biggest threat to your job, think again.

Brexit and GDPR fail to dampen growth and confidence in the recruitment industry

7 January 2019

Uncertainty over Britain’s future relationship with the EU has failed to hamper growth in the jobs market, according to new figures published by the main representative body for the recruitment indust...

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Brexit and GDPR fail to dampen growth and confidence in the recruitment industry

If your New Year resolution is to kick on with your career, here are 10 things to remember when applying for a job

3 January 2019

It’s resolution time again and, for many, the start of a new year presents the incentive they need to kick-on with their career. Whether you're a recent college graduate or a seasoned employee, lookin...

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If your New Year resolution is to kick on with your career, here are 10 things to remember when applying for a job

Are you one of the 1million people working on Christmas Day? Cheer up, it could be 1975.

20 December 2018

One of the benefits of living in a multicultural society is that you can now by a loaf of bread or a pint of milk on Christmas Day. Forgotten to make cranberry sauce for the turkey? Don’t worry, you c...

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Are you one of the 1million people working on Christmas Day? Cheer up, it could be 1975.

Caledonian Space Race Gathering Pace

13 December 2018

Who, old enough to remember the era of moon landings, could ever have imagined that Glasgow would become a centre for space technology? While not quite at the stage of sending the next Neil Armstrong ...

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Caledonian Space Race Gathering Pace

Flexible working is the new retirement for the post carriage clock generation

4 December 2018

The world of work was so simple and predictable for our parents’ generation. They acquired a set of skills that they used throughout their working lives, with one or perhaps two employers, until they ...

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Flexible working is the new retirement for the post carriage clock generation

What’s good for jobseekers might be bad and worse for employers

20 November 2018

Amid the uncertainty of Brexit, there's been some welcome good news for job seekers in Scotland, but some bad and potentially worse news for employers. People looking for work will have been heartened...

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What’s good for jobseekers might be bad and worse for employers

Can Brexit serve the interests of the hospitality industry?

13 November 2018

Brexit may not yet have happened but already it’s having an impact on the hospitality industry with hotels, bars and restaurants struggling to recruit staff, according to a new report. For many employ...

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Can Brexit serve the interests of the hospitality industry?

Can you solve the black box riddle to stop the Chinese stealing aerospace secrets?

6 November 2018

Most of us will imagine we’ve attended some pretty tough job interviews. As a Glasgow recruitment agency we've noticed a growing trend for employers to set potential recruits exacting physical and men...

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Can you solve the black box riddle to stop the Chinese stealing aerospace secrets?
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