The number of people securing permanent jobs in Scotland grew at the fastest rate so far this year in April, according to a new report.
Workers would be able to buy their companies if they are up for sale or facing closure under Labour proposals, with party research suggesting employee-owned firms make more money.
The number of jobs advertised in Edinburgh has surged 80% in two years, according to new analysis.
The chief executive of Special Olympics Great Britain has said she hopes the 2019 World Games will leave a lasting impression on employment practices in the UK for the intellectually disabled.
More than two-thirds of employers in Britain have yet to publish their latest gender pay gap figures – with around a fortnight to go until the deadlines.
The Scottish labour market lost momentum at the beginning of the year but remains strong, according to a jobs report.
A no-deal Brexit would be a “multi-million-pound blow” to the Scottish Economy, CBI Scotland has warned.
One in three breastfeeding mothers have been forced to use a toilet when they express milk after they return to work, according to a survey.
The number of non-EU nationals working in the UK has jumped by more than 100,000 to a record high, official figures have revealed.
Traditional lunch hour could be becoming a thing of the past with average break ‘now lasting 31 minutes’
THE average lunch break lasts just 31 minutes, with many people spending the time browsing the internet or even continuing with their work, a new study suggests.
MORE than a third of employees at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Scotland have quit their job due to stress in their workplace, according to new research.