Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has been chastised by the Church of England over the treatment of factory workers and governance failings at the retailer, it can be revealed.
The UK’s largest offshore union has launched a campaign to protect workers’ jobs as the energy sector starts to rely more heavily on robotics.
Odfjell Drilling has put forward another revised pay offer after north-east workers voted to reject earlier proposals.
Union bosses have warned strike action by bus drivers “is not far away", as ballots are posted out over a pay dispute.
Bus drivers in London will have improved access to toilets under plans to provide more facilities on dozens of routes.
The national security of the United States could be threatened if a takeover of defence and engineering giant GKN by Melrose goes ahead, a union is warning.
The Government is being asked by the head of a committee of MPs whether there are grounds to intervene in the proposed takeover of engineering giant GKN by Melrose.
Bankers, financiers, lawyers and public relations executives stand to make around £140 million if Melrose succeeds in its bid for engineering firm GKN, a union has claimed.
Thousands of Carillion workers are facing “chaos and confusion”, a union has warned, after 377 redundancies at the collapsed group were confirmed.
Men and women are being forced to share toilet and washing facilities on many building sites, workers have revealed.
A plan by whisky giants Diageo to change the formula of Scotland’s national drink has been condemned by union bosses who last night claimed Robert Burns would be “turning in his grave”.
Local government employers have made it clear a two-year pay offer is “final” after union leaders recommended rejection.
Leaders of the biggest local government workers’ union have rejected a two-year pay offer and will now consult members on the next step.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen could be balloted on industrial action within a matter of weeks after talks with unions broke down last night.
Bus drivers in London moving to another company will remain on the same pay grade under a “landmark” deal.
RBS has slashed its network of branches by 70% in the past five years, according to new figures submitted to Westminster’s Scottish affairs committee.
Top bosses at Carillion are to be investigated after the construction firm’s collapse put thousands of jobs at risk and saw the Government heavily criticised for its role in the debacle.
Union leaders have insisted demands for a 6.5% pay rise for council workers are "realistic".
A union chief, who represents Aberdeen taxi drivers, has called for a council u-turn on granting a licence to the controversial Uber firm.
A historic factory making Colman’s mustard is to close with the loss of jobs, dealing a “devastating” blow to the workforce.
Restaurant chain Wagamama has apologised after a manager threatened staff with disciplinary action if they called in sick over Christmas.
Electricians on the Crossrail project are to stage a 24-hour strike in the new year in a dispute over pay.
Scotland’s transport minister is undecided on whether to support calls for an independent public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.
A trade union official has said North Sea oil companies would face a “battle with their workforce” if they want to start using Super Puma helicopters again.
Scores of north-east workers at an offshore drilling contractor are facing deep pay cuts with Christmas just around the corner.
Budget cuts that could hit children with specialised learning needs have been criticised as an “attack on the most vulnerable”.
The country’s biggest trade union is taking fresh legal action on behalf of 70 construction workers who were blacklisted, and said it wants the “controlling minds” behind the scandal brought to justice.
Royal Bank of Scotland is to close a quarter of its branch network and axe nearly 700 jobs in a move that unions claim could signal the end of face to face banking.
Lloyds Banking Group is to close 49 branches and axe almost 100 jobs in a move that unions have branded as “unnecessary”.
The Health and Safety Executive has launched an investigation after workers were exposed to asbestos at an Aberdeen council depot.
An investigation has been launched after workers were allegedly exposed to asbestos at an Aberdeen council depot.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen are considering reducing bin collections across the city to every three weeks in a desperate attempt to save cash.