Smile Scotland will be auctioning off a number of unusual and rare antiques to raise money for its work.
Employment in Scotland has dropped further than any other part of the UK, official statistics indicate.
Recruiters PageGroup and Robert Walters saw shares tumble after laying bare the impact of Brexit and global political uncertainty on the jobs market.
The rate of employment in the UK has hit a record high as workers’ wages continue to surge higher, according to new figures.
Employers in the north-east are being urged to tap in to local talent at an event later this autumn.
A Moray organisation which fosters links between young people and employers has moved to a new base.
Moray Council has the largest employment gap between men and women of any Scottish local authority, new figures have shown.
A scheme to boost employment figures in Moray and stop the drain of young talent has been launched.
North-east unemployment continues to fall as the region’s economy picks up and the job market in the Highlands is “buoyant”, Jobcentre staff in Aberdeen and Inverness said yesterday.
Aberdeen is forecast to be one of the fastest growing UK city economies in the three months after Brexit Day, according to new analysis.
The proposed development of a derelict former tourist information centre on the outskirts of Inverness has been warmly welcomed by local councillors.
Thousands of young people throughout Scotland will be anxiously awaiting their postie this morning, as exam results are mailed out across the country.
More than 1,500 young people have already taken part in an online survey about changing attitudes and aspirations in relation to the Highlands and Islands.
A north-east charity can open its first cafe to help get people into employment after raising thousands of pounds at a specialist auction.
A Moray youngster will be encouraging her fellow teenagers into work - just a week after leaving school herself.
Scotland will need to find alternatives to immigration to boost population, according to a report from independent experts.
A welfare reform roll-out being piloted in areas including Inverness is yet to provide evidence it is working, Westminster’s work and pensions select committee has found.
The number of people in Scotland without a job fell by 7,000 in the three months to July.
A new community group has opened its doors in Peterhead with the aim of getting the region’s workforce back into jobs.
A new lease of life and up to 50 jobs are planned for a mothballed seafood factory in Fraserburgh following a £1million-plus investment by its new owners.
Scottish farmworkers will not receive their annual wage review this year, the Scottish Agricultural Wages Board (SAWB) has announced.
Roy McBain is 41 and is an MPS level two analyst at Xeretec, Greenwell Road, Aberdeen. We speak to him about his career so far.
Schools, colleges, universities and employers are joining forces for a new initiative that it is hoped will encourage more young people to stay in the west Highlands.
Around 30 new jobs are being created at the Stornoway base of the Department for Works and Pensions (DWP).
A north-east council has bucked the trend by being the only Scottish local authority to increase its workforce.
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The public body that tends to canals in Scotland has heeded calls from the first minister for organisations north of the border to achieve a 50:50 gender split in the boardroom.
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A Moray technology firm yesterday took a step closer to completing an ambitious expansion plan that will bring more jobs to the area.
Karran Bonner explains how she has transformed from hating public speaking to enjoying the experience over the past seven years.