The 6th of April sees us arrive at the first anniversary of … more
I hear time and time again from candidates in permanent positions: “I’ve thought about going freelance in the past, but I wasn’t sure where to start.” Sound familiar?
All eyes were on the Chancellor earlier this week as he provided … more
You don’t need Contract Scotland telling you year-end is fast approachingﾅ but you may need us, however, to provide your sites with a solution to help meet those targets?
Day 6 of our #12DaysofSuccess celebrates our temporary workers and the excellent service our temporary division provides year in and year out.
It can be hard to source candidates out in the furthest flung locations around Scotland, but we’ve seen some success placing candidates in these locations throughout 2018.
Dionne’s career has taken another step forward in recent weeks with her starting as Recruitment Resourcer for our busy Temporary Civil Engineering Management team
Following yesterday’s budget statement, our Operations Director, John-Paul Toner, explains how the rules around how private sector businesses engage with contractors supplying services via a limited company will change as of April 2020.
Debunking some freelance stereotypes to highlight how temporary workers can benefit your business.
Read Katie’s latest blog where a Site Engineer’s redundancy turned into a fresh start.
We have recently observed an increased demand for freelance Site Managers and Assistant Site Managers from a building background within the Inverness region.
You might be thinking, “what could be different about Contract Scotland Site Managers?”… Well, read on to learn more.