A new one-off grant to help young people with the costs of starting work will be introduced as soon as possible, Scotland’s Social Security Secretary has said.
SNP politicians call for an emergency meeting to help safeguard the future of a stricken Aberdeen paper mill
As announced earlier today, more than 450 jobs are currently hanging in the balance after the troubled owners of the Arjowiggins’ Stoneywood Mill in Bucksburn announced they had gone into receivership in France.
Hospitality workers in the north and north-east have been assured their jobs are safe after Scotland’s biggest luxury hotel group announced up to 50 redundancies.
Offshore support vessel operator Sentinel Marine has announced it will create 80 new jobs with the order of three new ships.
Firms are being urged to stop asking for criminal record details on job application forms because they give employers a “false sense of security”.
Hundreds of staff have been made redundant at a disposal company facing a probe over a pile-up of waste from the health service.
Hundreds of staff at a manufacturer have been told the company does not have enough money to pay their wages.
An initiative to get young people in Moray into work has last-minute slots available.
A total of 56 jobs at Argyll and Bute Council could go in the next financial year as it prepares to consider a list of savings options.
Scotland’s unemployment rate has fallen to a record low, with figures showing 3.7% of the population do not have a job.
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Hundreds of jobs are to go over Christmas after the “devastating” announcement a major seafood firm in the Highlands is to close.
Hospitality professionals of the future are being encouraged to find out more about the industry at a special information evening next week.
Almost 500 jobs are to go at aircraft manufacturer Bombardier in Northern Ireland in a bitter pre-Christmas blow for workers.
Michelin bosses have given Scottish Economy Secretary Derek Mackay until the end of the month to come up with a plan that could save the closure-threatened Dundee site.
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Hopes of an early lift off for Scotland’s new spaceport - bringing a jobs boost for the North in its trail - appear to have been grounded.
Scores of new nurses will start work at a struggling city hospital in the coming weeks.
Four nurses who decided to swap life Down Under for the north-east of Scotland have started work - with up to 50 more expected to follow them.
Having already cut over 230 jobs, Western Isles Council has warned it has to make more “significant savings.”
A giant Moray Firth wind project will create 150 jobs and add £90 million to the local economy, developers have said.
“What will they think of next?” we wonder in amazement, as the world’s first pancake printer automatically dispenses batter in the shape of the Eiffel Tower directly on to a griddle.
Moray Council has thrown its doors open to the rest of the world in an attempt to drive down teaching vacancies in the region.
Health boards in the north and north-east are still struggling to attract nurses despite offering generous packages.
One of the more unusual sights at the Elgin Food and Drink Festival was the ambulance situated just outside the town hall.
Whisky giant Whyte and Mackay is to cut 21 jobs - a fifth of the workforce - at its Invergordon distillery as it implements a £15 million modernisation programme.
A new training scheme will follow in the footsteps of a pioneering Grampian initiative and strengthen ties between the health service and its Australian counterpart.
Moray people are being encouraged to take part in a national initiative to highlight the myriad different ways for young people to achieve their dream career.
Workers trade unions GMB and Unite said last night that they will fly to Canada to meet with BiFab owners DF Barnes for crunch talks with senior management.
An oil and gas equipment manufacturer has closed a factory in Aberdeenshire, putting dozens of jobs at risk. Forum Energy Technologies has confirmed manufacturing has been suspended at its facility in Findon, near Portlethen. It is understood around 35 people work at the facility. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
North-east building firm Anderson Construction (Aberdeen) has collapsed, with 19 jobs affected.
A Moray youngster will be encouraging her fellow teenagers into work - just a week after leaving school herself.