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Find out what’s getting us thinking in the world of business and recruitment. 

On board, in tune and on track

When a board works well, it should be like the wheels on your car; a fundamental, but largely invisible component of the whole. However, if they’re unbalanced, punctured or worn down, left unchecked the resultant shudders, frictions and blowouts will...

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On board, in tune and on track

Douglas Martin, Anderson Anderson & Brown: Breaking the mould of the traditional accounting firm

Recently Gareth Spowart, Senior Public Practice Consultant at iMultiply sat down with Douglas Martin, Head of Corporate Finance from Anderson Anderson & Brown to discuss their move to the Central Belt, how it has impacted the business and what makes them...

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Douglas Martin, Anderson Anderson Brown: Breaking the mould of the traditional accounting firm

Five Burning Questions with... Tom Greenan

We asked Route Finance Director (Scotland) of Network Rail, Tom Greenan about his career and what his predictions are for the future of the finance profession in our new series, 5 burning questions.                          Tell us a little bit about yourself:...

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Five Burning Questions with... Tom Greenan

Raise your hand if you feel like an imposter

Have you ever had the feeling that you are a fraud at work? The feeling that all of your career successes have been based on luck or that someone else has done the majority of the hard work and pretty...

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Raise your hand if you feel like an imposter

What to do when you fail an exam.

  Juggling between your work, study and personal life can be quite stressful. There are those people for whom exams are a breeze, always passing each paper with flying colours and never have to take a re-sit. For those lucky enough...

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What to do when you fail an ICAS exam

The Expert Guide to Navigating a Temporary Hire.

The flexible resource of an interim or temporary hire can benefit an organisation’s finance offering tremendously. Whether it be bringing in a specific skillset to help achieve strategic objectives or taking the pressure off the rest of the team during...

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Our expert guide to navigating a temporary hire

Spinning plates and arranging start dates

During my interview at iMultiply, I was asked what my reservations might be about becoming a Recruitment Consultant. One year later, I realize that my answer was somewhat paradoxical… The understanding I had of recruitment was not very positive. I...

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Spinning plates and arranging start dates

How to survive when you're the only person in finance

How to survive when you’re the only person in finance When I joined iMultiply it was very much all hands-on deck. Back then there was only three of us, working in a cupboard in deepest darkest Leith.  However, since then...

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How to survive when you're the only person in finance

Our LGBT Charter Journey: Part 1

Back in March iMultiply began our journey towards obtaining the LGBT Charter status as awarded by LGBT Youth Scotland The aim of the Charter is help organisations proactively include LGBT people in every aspect of work, offering protection for people...

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Our LGBT Charter journey: Part 1

"Interviews are a two-way street": Why it is important to challenge the interviewer

We all hear the phrase “two-way street” when it comes to interviews but what does this actually mean? A “two-way street” is where the interviewee is not only demonstrating their suitability for the role but assessing how much of a...

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"Interviews are a two-way street": Why it is important to challenge the interviewer
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