A great CV can be used as the template for all your social media profiles and any online application forms you might have to fill out. While there’s lots of advice on how to write your CV on the web, we’ve narrowed it down to three essential factors that really make the difference when it comes to what recruiters want. Once you’ve got the basics covered, your CV should only need updating with your latest skills and experience, so investing some time in getting your CV right is worthwhile. Recruiters receive hundreds of CVs for each position; here’s how to make them stop and take notice of yours.
We are delighted to announce today that Amaze Umbrella has received its accreditation for providing umbrella services from leading professional membership body, The Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA). The FCSA exists to safeguard the long-term future of the professional freelance sector for the benefit of the UK economy, by promoting compliance and best practice in order to minimise risk in the supply chain. Our umbrella services accreditation reflects Amaze’s commitment to freelancers, contractors and recruiters that we act professionally and ethically within the UK tax, employment and regulatory laws. Amaze Umbrella’s accreditation demonstrates sound financial stability and that our services are delivered to the highest levels of industry standards. The accreditation was awarded following an independent and rigorous assessment of Amaze Umbrella’s services, operations, policies and procedures, all of which had to adhere to FCSA compliance standards. The testing is carried out independently of the FCSA by regulated accountants and solicitors, and a copy of the audit is submitted to HMRC so that they are aware of which firms are low risk.