An oil and gas worker who tried to take his own life is urging the industry to speak out about issues around mental health.
A subsea consultancy has announced the creation of 10 new Aberdeen jobs after raising £500,000 from investors.
Sports Direct is to close its warehouse in Wigan, resulting in the likely loss of 300 jobs.
Brexit could spark a “new era of economic and industrial decline” in Scotland that the country would take a generation to recover from, a union has warned.
Up to 400 jobs will be created in Glasgow after bosses at KPMG announced the city had been chosen as the location for its second UK managed services hub.
Growth in Scotland’s jobs market remained subdued in March, according to new research.
ScotRail launched a new recruitment drive yesterday after crew shortages again caused disruption for north-east commuters.
Dozens of Petrofac workers have this week transferred over to North Sea operator EnQuest.
A North Sea recruiter has been blasted for posting a job advert which “unlawfully” discriminated against Polish workers.
Thousands of people trying to lose weight are out of pocket and 30 employees have lost their jobs after the collapse of Scottish Slimmers.
Hundreds of Honda workers have taken to the streets in Swindon to protest against the closure of the car manufacturer’s factory in the town.
Energy service firm DOF Subsea confirmed today that it expects to lay off a number of employees in Aberdeen and Bergen.
An Aberdeen-based subsea engineering and project management firm has won £2 million worth of new orders since the start of the year, and hired 12 new staff members.
Hundreds of jobs in Aberdeenshire are expected to be safeguarded as a result of a joint funding pledge from the Scottish Government and the European Union.
A multimillion-pound investment supported by £1.6 million of EU and Scottish Government funding is to safeguard hundreds of jobs and create more than 40 new roles at a meat processing factory in Portlethen.
New jobs coming on stream at the national archive centre in Wick are helping counter the town’s long-term image as an unemployment blackspot.
The Bank of England is expected to hold interest rates at 0.75% once more on Thursday as Brexit uncertainties reach their peak.
More than 100 jobs are set to be created at the former Pinneys of Scotland plant in Annan, the Scottish Government has announced.
More than 50 jobs have been saved after Aberdeen-headquartered Aiken Group was bought out of administration in a pre-pack deal.
Work started yesterday on a job-saving contract for nearly 90 workers at Burntisland Fabrication’s Arnish yard.
Labour has called for a train maintenance depot in Glasgow that is facing closure to be brought into public ownership.
A recruitment campaign has been launched to find up to 300 firefighters to join the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS).
North Sea union members working for service firms Aker Solutions and Petrofac have voted to strike over a change to a “hated” work rotation.
Business is taking off for a graphic designer who was recently made redundant from the oil and gas sector.
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.
An award-winning Highland seafood and game supplier, which counted Michelin-starred restaurants among its customers around the UK, has collapsed, with the loss of nine jobs.
Union bosses have accused offshore accommodation provider Prosafe of perpetrating one of the most “appalling examples of social dumping” ever seen.
More than 370 people at a Scottish building contractor have been made redundant as the firm appointed administrators.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to explore “all options” to help the 59 workers facing redundancy as a result of the closure of the Talk Talk call centre in Stornoway.
More than 60 people lost their jobs yesterday after a popular north-east bakery business went into administration.
Recruitment specialist SThree booked rising sales and profits in 2018 following strong growth in Continental Europe and the US.
Offshore vessel owner Prosafe has revealed it will shed up to 150 jobs through voluntary redundancy in a effort cut operating costs.