The 6th of April sees us arrive at the first anniversary of … more
The Scottish construction industry has had to contend with another period of … more
We’re delighted to announce that as of today (7th October) Contract Scotland … more
Covid has irrefutably been the catalyst for business transformation over the past … more
Jamie Porter & David Brunton have come together to tell us what they foresee happing in terms of future trends within the Construction Industry as we start to emerge from lockdown.
Directors John-Paul Toner, Julie Fleming and Alan Shave will now lead the Stirling-based recruitment consultancy while founder Colin Woodward takes up an advisory role.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has thrown up a multitude of challenges for the UK civil engineering sector. Many of the immediate challenges we face are significant and, at times, can almost appear overwhelming. However, it is vital that as an industry we don’t resort to short-termism. Making the wrong moves now can result in otherwise avoidable long term issues.
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?
2020 has been a year that no one could have predicted, but as we approach the final few months with a renewed hope for 2021, we take a look at five quick strategies that businesses can use to make better group decisions for the year ahead.
We are delighted to announce that, after what has been the most challenging period in Contract Scotland’s 30 year history, we have now been able to bring all our staff back from furlough as we continue on our journey back to full capacity.
After Graduating in 1988 I wanted to join an industry that allowed … more
Spend any time on recruiters’ websites just now and you’ll see a … more