A renewable energy firm in Argyll and Bute has announced it will cut up to three-quarters of its workforce, despite recording pre-tax profits of £7.1 million last year.
Unite the Union
About 500 Unite the Union members who work at Diageo operations across Scotland have accepted a revised pay offer by the drink giant.
Strikes have been averted at a major gas terminal in Aberdeenshire after discussions “allayed” workers’ fears on health and safety.
Further strike action and disruption at Aberdeen Airport has been averted, with workers choosing to accept a new pay offer, ending a long-running dispute over pay.
Further strike action at Aberdeen Airport has been averted with workers choosing to accept a new pay offer, ending a long-running dispute over pay.
Aberdeen Airport staff are to stage two further days of strikes amid concerns those drafted in to replace them are overlooking serious security threats.
Strike action at Aberdeen Airport could be averted after it emerged last night that union leaders would consult workers on an improved pay deal.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport will take industrial action later this month following an announcement from Unite the union.
Airport bosses insisted it was "business as usual" in Aberdeen yesterday despite hundreds of staff downing tools in a dispute over pay and pensions.
A planned day of strike action is under way at Aberdeen Airport.
A north-east trade union has announced its support for this weekend’s Grampian Pride event.
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.
Ambulance chiefs were forced to draft in emergency staff and risk depleting resources elsewhere after a sickness bug left its Aberdeen roster dangerously undermanned.
RBS was accused of dealing a “disastrous” blow to Highland communities last night after the bailed-out bank confirmed that four more local branches will be axed.
A fresh row has broken out between union bosses and First Aberdeen over driver pay, just months after a strike was halted at the 11th hour.
Union bosses say they have received an apology from the city council after allegedly not being informed asbestos had been removed from an Aberdeen secondary school.
Planned strike action and a rejected pay offer plunged the North Sea workforce into turmoil last night with further strikes on three offshore platforms due to bite on Monday.
Unite the union has announced this afternoon that its 2,500 member have rejected the the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) pay offer after a consultative ballot.
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.
Aberdeen airport workers have called off their strike action following a new income deal.
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.
Investigation launched after North Sea operator forced to evacuate staff due to faulty lifeboat concerns
An investigation has been launched after a North Sea operator was forced to evacuate staff due to concerns over faulty lifeboats.
Workers at Aberdeen Airport have voted for strike action.
Independent auditors have vowed to visit all 10 communities before deciding whether to save or axe their local RBS bank branch.
There are fears that major disruption to Aberdeen’s bus services could return next week with a driver shortage looming over the city.
Bus drivers have voted to down tools “indefinitely” in one of the most disruptive acts of industrial action to hit Aberdeen in recent history.
City bus drivers will return to work as normal today after an indefinite strike was called off following two days of crisis talks.
Independent mediators have been called in with the hope of ending a looming “indefinite” bus strike in Aberdeen.
Striking bus drivers have cemented plans to stage an “indefinite” period of walkouts next month as a pay row with bosses rumbles on.
Crunch talks between union bosses and First Bus broke down yesterday - meaning a four-week-long strike is still expected to go ahead.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen have voted to strike for four straight weeks unless a resolution to their dispute with First is resolved.