There have been shortage of problems for NHS Grampian bosses in recent years.
Invergordon firm Caldive has invested more than £10 million in a new offshore construction vessel, creating 18 jobs.
Supercar maker McLaren is hunting for tailors, dressmakers and boat builders as part of a recruitment drive to double the workforce at its new £50 million manufacturing site in Yorkshire.
More than 620,000 manufacturing jobs have been lost since the financial crash a decade ago, a study suggests.
NHS Highland must make urgent changes to deal with its “complex” problems, including a failure to make multi-million pound savings, staff shortages and bullying.
More international than UK-trained doctors joined the medical register for the first time ever this year, according to newly released data.
A husband and wife team is set to significantly increase the size of the workforce at an Aberdeenshire village following major expansion of their businesses.
Employment in Scotland has dropped further than any other part of the UK, official statistics indicate.
The UK is at risk of wasting talent if young children start ruling out career options based on their gender, ethnicity or class, an international education expert has warned.
The fate of 27 firefighter jobs at RAF Lossiemouth has been called into question following the move to outsource contracts at the base.
Britain’s productivity has fallen at the fastest annual pace in five years in a sign that Brexit uncertainty is compounding an already weak spot in the UK economy.
Recruiters PageGroup and Robert Walters saw shares tumble after laying bare the impact of Brexit and global political uncertainty on the jobs market.
The new chief executive of HSBC is planning a major cost-saving drive which could result in up to 10,000 jobs being cut from the bank’s workforce.
The UK’s biggest recipe box business has announced plans to create 700 jobs in the UK over the next three years after securing a £30 million cash injection.
More than 100 jobs could be created under plans to breath fresh life into a run-down area of Stornoway.
Nearly 560 UK jobs have been saved, including 450 in Aberdeen, after the sale of two closure-threatened subsidiaries of French paper maker Arjo Wiggins.
Parents and grand-parents should help staff rural schools to overcome the isolation felt by teachers, one of John Swinney’s education advisers has said.
A recruitment fair will be held in Peterhead tomorrow.
Dairy giant Muller has confirmed the closure of its Aberdeen depot with the potential loss of 45 jobs.
Around 300 jobs are being axed at car dealership Pendragon amid plans to shut more than 20 Car Store showrooms as it warned over steep annual losses.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has called for urgent action over assaults on police with tougher punishments for the “monsters” who attack officers.
Eighty-eight north and north-east jobs have been saved after industrial cleaning and environmental-waste management specialist MSIS plunged into administration and was swiftly acquired by a local rival.
Hundreds of full-time, part-time and temporary positions will be on offer from some of the country's biggest names in retail at an event in Aberdeen next week.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the "right support” will be provided to workers at risk from the proposed closure of Muller’s Aberdeen distribution depot.
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Bosses of an offshore wind project which will have its HQ in Fraserburgh have revealed construction will create up to 2,000 jobs in the area.
An ageing workforce and recruitment problems has left the Scottish Government with a “significant challenge” to meet its target of finding 800 new GPs, the public spending watchdog has claimed.
A £75,000-a-year fire chief is being sought at Dounreay nuclear power plant in Caithness.
Property consultant CBRE has beefed up its team handling business rates revaluation appeals in the north-east.
Dairy giant Muller has announced plans to close its Aberdeen distribution depot putting 50 jobs at risk.
As recruitment for new soldiers begins in the North East, Scott tells why serving with the British Army changed his life and introduced him to his passion for skiing.
Employers in the north-east are being urged to tap in to local talent at an event later this autumn.