• Emma Stewart

    Emma Stewart from Timewise reveals that, despite robust evidence of the business benefits of flexibility, 3 in 4 job ads in Scotland still don’t offer flexible working options.

  • Pardeep Cassells

    Pardeep Cassells

    Pardeep Cassells was AccessFintech’s first recruit in Glasgow in 2018. In this blog, she sets out why an innovative, dynamic, entrepreneurial Scotland has the potential to create its own tech unicorns.

  • Lisa Gallagher

    Lisa Gallagher

    Lisa Gallagher, director and co-founder at Flexibility Works, sets out the latest findings on how flexible working has helped both employers and employees to weather the pandemic and why we should now embrace it for life.

  • Craig Vickery

    Craig Vickery

    Craig Vickery, head of ACCA Scotland describes how the organisation’s recent report on inclusion provides a platform for further debate and change, to address diversity across the profession.

  • Laura Davidson

    Laura Davidson

    Laura Davidson of Tag Digital shines a light on the top 10 tips for making the most of pivoting to digital events in this challenging time.

  • Stuart Patrick

    Stuart Patrick

    Stuart Patrick, Chief Executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce sets out why Glasgow’s economy is well placed to recover in the post pandemic era

  • Ginny Wilde

    Ginny Wilde

    With historical roots in the city, independent law firm Burness Paull continues to have a major presence in Glasgow, on Bothwell Street, in the heart of the IFSD. HR Business Partner Ginny Wilde explains how a switch to remote working led to a new approach on rolling out a mentoring scheme at the firm.

  • ACCA Scotland vice-chair named in Disability Power 100

    Elaine Boyd

    Elaine Boyd, associate director of Audit Scotland and vice chair of ACCA Scotland tells her inspiring story fighting for the rights of disabled people and refusing to allow cerebral palsy to limit her life or her achievements.

  • Kristine Steele

    Kristine Steele

    Kristine Steele, Head of HR and Operations at Redspire on staying connected during flexible working, the value of developing and updating a health and wellbeing kit and the importance of being kind to each other.

  • Cade Wells

    Cade Wells

    Cade Wells, business development manager, CENSIS, reflects on how Glasgow’s smart city push may rely on tech – but it also needs Glaswegians to help shape the city’s future