The next article in our series in helping Professional Contractors is all about the CV. (Read our other article here).
Many of our clients who are professional contractors talk to us about all aspects of their business. One gap that we noticed is that many are unsure of what to do once their CV is completed. Some have been in contracts for a long period of time and notice there is a change in how to approach new contracting roles.
With the “perfect” CV at hand, you can sell your capabilities and achievements and begin to seek new opportunities in the jobs market. The application process is becoming increasingly competitive and simply sending in your CV, and sitting back, waiting for magic to happen, is not good enough.
We have come up with three tips that can make the difference in landing you the perfect role.
Irish SME’s get HOTDESK
Enterprise Ireland are working to help Irish SME’s to get their first taste of expansion by offering three available private office spaces in their business incubation facility.
Irish SME support in China, Noone Casey Business News
Throughout the last three decades, Irish firms have seen sales grow, relationships become stronger and awareness of Ireland increase in China year after year. The sheer size of China’s economy provides a wealth of opportunities for determined Irish companies.
There are a growing number of young professionals with significant disposable income in the major coastal cities who aspire to higher standards of living. Also, in their drive to address export markets, Chinese businesses are developing an appetite for technology, systems and infrastructure that cannot be satisfied by domestic suppliers.
Did You Know? Mandatory E-Filing
The Section 847 of the Companies Information Act 2014 introduced mandatory electronic filing of all financial statements and annual returns filed with the CRO.
The following forms are also affected and must be filed electronically:
- B2-cahange of registered office
- B10-change of directors
- B73-change of ARD date