Officers from 4 Scots are eager to boost the numbers of north-east residents in their battalion.
Bruce Russell, 50, director at recruitment specialist Right People explains his career path, what has motivated him, and what his perfect retirement might look like.
Richard Burke explains how his heart attacks paved a path for his film career
With many employers listing experience as the top requirement when recruiting, work placements have become an increasingly popular way for people to take their first step on the career ladder.
Scotland's Public Health Minister today said the government was working with the royal colleges in an attempt to overcome difficulties in recruiting consultants and other medical staff in rural areas.
I attended a discussion organised by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) in Aberdeen a few weeks ago in which two senior business leaders in the oil industry presented their thoughts on what they want from the Human Resources (HR) function in their companies.
Station House Media Unit (shmu) is often perceived as just a radio station (shmuFM), but the organisation has had a long history of success in many areas, building from the ground upwards since 2003.
Spending on temporary nurses and GPs in Grampian has spiralled by more than £3million as health bosses continue to battle a recruitment crisis.
A new survey has revealed a significant discrepancy between the benefits offered by Scottish employers and what jobseekers rate most highly when looking for a new office support role.
The highest ranking policeman in the north has spoken of the difficulties in attracting officers to work in the area given the high cost of living being driven by the oil and gas industry.
The Church of Scotland has decided to embark on a "decade for ministry" programme to tackle a recruitment crisis.
Kevin Cassidy talks about his career in engineering