The body representing Scotland’s college sector last night claimed that lecturers’ “unreasonable” pay demands would lead to cuts to courses and student numbers.
Refuse collectors who took part in a three-month strike in 2017 are to stage fresh walkouts in an escalating row over pay.
Flights grounded at Highland and Island airports as traffic controllers threaten strike action over pay
Air traffic controllers across the Highlands and Islands are threatening strike action over a pay dispute.
Thousands of nurses have taken part in a nationwide strike over pay and conditions for the first time in 20 years.
Rail workers are to stage fresh strikes next month in the long-running dispute over guards on trains, causing more travel misery for passengers.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport could be poised to go on strike - less than a year after industrial action that would have ruined scores of holiday plans was narrowly avoided.
Railway food supplies workers in Edinburgh said they have received “fantastic support” from the public for their Christmas Eve strike.
Christmas shoppers were hit by travel disruption on Saturday when rail workers staged their 40th strike in the bitter dispute over guards on trains.
Tram workers in Edinburgh have voted to strike during the festive period, amid union claims of bullying by bosses.
Trade union officials and employers will hold crunch talks over offshore workers’ pay next week in a bid to avert widespread strikes in the North Sea.
The result is expected later today on a union ballot for North Sea strike action. Workers are hoping for a 4% increase in basic pay from companies who are members of the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA). Offshore union Unite’s ballot on industrial action closes today. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
JK Rowling has said she enjoys living a “very unnoticed life” and can often get about without being recognised.
Workers will down tools for another 24-hour period today amid a series of strikes on three Total platforms.
Workers trade union Unite has announced that its members working on the Equinor Mariner platform have voted in favour of strike action.
Hundreds of holidaymakers breathed a sigh of relief last night as days of strike action at the north-east’s biggest airport were called off when bosses caved to workers’ demands.
Scores of holidaymakers have had their plans thrown into turmoil after workers at the north-east’s biggest airport “overwhelmingly” rejected an increased pay deal aimed at averting a strike.
Looming strikes at the north-east’s biggest airport could be averted after bosses offered angry workers an increased pay deal last night.
Almost 200 airport workers will walk out in protest over a proposed pay deal, raising the prospect of major disruption for holidaymakers.
Workers at Aberdeen Airport have voted for strike action.
A group of Total employees are understood to have reacted angrily to the firm’s plans to hold a barbecue while they are locked in a dispute over rotas.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen have voted to accept a new contract offer from First Bus.
An all-out strike due to start tomorrow by north-east bus drivers has been suspended after First Aberdeen made a fresh offer.
First bus drivers have voted in favour of an all-out strike beginning on Wednesday.
Strike action on a major North Sea oilfield development could dent efforts to attract much needed investment to the sector, an industry chief has warned.
Crew on the Mariner field are thought to be refusing to work overtime as their protest against alleged poor working conditions continues.
Aberdeen retailers have reported a dramatic fall in customer numbers - of up to 50% - during recent bus strikes in the city.
Striking bus drivers have cemented plans to stage an “indefinite” period of walkouts next month as a pay row with bosses rumbles on.
Angry students occupied the principal’s corridor at Aberdeen University in support of striking lecturers yesterday.
University lecturers have warned bosses they are prepared to continue their strike if their demands over pensions are not met.
Driving examiners are to stage a 48-hour strike from December 4, the day a new driving test is launched, in a dispute over working conditions.
More than 80% of Unite union members at a north-east housing firm have voted to strike over pay.
British Airways cabin crew are to stage a two-week strike in a long-running dispute over pay and travel concessions.