Almost a third of nursery nurses and pupil support assistants in Edinburgh do not feel safe at work, according to a survey on violence by unions.
Strike action over equal pay has escalated as refuse collectors and parking attendants refused to cross picket lines in Glasgow in solidarity with striking women.
Hundreds of schools remain shut and care services are affected on the second day of a 48-hour strike over equal pay.
Thousands of council workers have marched through Glasgow in a strike over equal pay which has shut hundreds of schools and affected home care services.
Hundreds of schools and nurseries are shut and home care services faced disruption as council workers stage a 48-hour strike – believed to be the biggest of its kind.
Hundreds of schools and nurseries are shut and home care services affected as Glasgow City Council workers stage a 48-hour strike – believed to be the biggest of its kind.
Hundreds of schools and nurseries will be shut and home care services affected as Glasgow City Council workers strike in a row over equal pay claims.
Thousands of college staff in Scotland are poised to receive a pay rise after a £14million deal was struck with trade unions.
A pay deal has been reached for Scotland’s 6,000 college support staff.
Ballots by three major unions have secured a £14 million pay deal for more than 5,000 college support staff.
Calls have been made to introduce tougher legislation to tackle violence against public sector workers, after staff reported more than 40,000 attacks for the third consecutive year.
The head of Moray Council’s largest opposition group believes the SNP taking the helm of the authority could boost the region’s hopes of unlocking more funding from the Scottish Government.
Education Secretary John Swinney is under growing pressure to ensure all school staff receive the same level of pay rise as teachers.
Union bosses believe Moray residents are the “real losers” amid a power vacuum at the helm of the authority.
Senior Labour politicians and union officials were among hundreds of people who attended a memorial service to celebrate the life of former union leader Rodney Bickerstaffe.
Moray Council’s administration has unveiled a draft budget to press ahead with more than £6million worth of cuts – despite its shortfall dropping by more than £4million.
Union representatives are organising a demonstration to urge Moray councillors to oppose the administration’s budget.
Aberdeenshire council has admitted that “unauthorised maintenance” was carried out on machinery that gave an electric shock to an employee after he speaks out of his worries that next time it could prove fatal.
Aberdeenshire councillors prepare to abandon plans for sport and culture trust – just weeks after approving it
Aberdeenshire Council is poised to abandon controversial plans to create a trust to run local sports centres, libraries and museums – just weeks after approving the shake-up.
A health union has been accused of being patronising after telling staff not to attend a protest march during work time or in uniform.
Union representatives demonstrated outside the meeting demanding better pay for health workers.
Nurses in the north and north-east could still be owed millions of pounds in backdated holiday pay, it has emerged.
Social care bosses are planning a foreign fact-finding mission to look into an innovative Dutch district nursing system.
Improvements made to clamp down on a bullying culture at Moray Council have been hailed as a step forward.
Union bosses have claimed morale at Moray Council has been shattered as staff wait to find out if their jobs will be axed.
A north-east college has announced it will remain open this week despite a planned wave of strike action.
College students across the north and north east face strike disruption after crunch talks broke up without a new pay deal for support staff.
Hundreds of local authority workers are being attacked in schools across Scotland, a new study has revealed.
Staff at NHS Grampian have been the victim of more assaults than employees at any other health board in Scotland, a new report has revealed.
Hospital porters, catering assistants and domestic staff could soon be in line for a pay rise.
Highland Council is preparing for a "worst case scenario" after shock figures revealed that the size of the black hole in its budget could more than treble over the next three years.
Union bosses have made renewed calls for extra staff parking to be made available at a north-east hospital.