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.
An Aberdeen bus firm is holding a recruitment event to celebrate national woman’s day.
Fewer than half of all Scots who witnessed sexual harassment at work stepped into to help, a new survey has revealed.
More than 200 employees at Aberdeen City Council took voluntary severance or early retirement since the launch of a new scheme, new figures have shown.
Council tax could also rise by 4.79% for residents across the region, with the council leader confirming discussions were still ongoing on whether to put this forward.
Demand for permanent and temporary staff grew last month as Scotland’s labour market continued to tighten, according to a jobs survey.
A woman’s account of an “abusive” interview at a UK tech company has sparked outrage online as the latest example of workplace bullying.
Dozens of trainee telecoms engineers are to be hired in the north-east, it was announced today.
A Scottish Government campaign is hoping to make looking for a new job child’s play.
Businesses are being invited to promote their vacancies for free at a leading recruitment event.
A new one-off grant to help young people with the costs of starting work will be introduced as soon as possible, Scotland’s Social Security Secretary has said.
The number of Scots working on “toxic” zero hours contracts has fallen to 63,000, new figures revealed.
The boss of a clinical waste firm has insisted he is “still fighting” for workers – despite staff having to turn to foodbanks after not being paid when the firm ceased trading.
Women are being “left behind” as the economy evolves, with the best paid new jobs going to men, new figures suggest.
More than 90 Aberdeen staff were told on Wednesday they were being made redundant with the move by the investment firm rescuing the remaining 96.
More than 300 jobs have been saved at an Aberdeen-based energy services firm.
Uber is set to find out whether its appeal against a landmark “gig economy” ruling that its drivers are “workers” has been successful.
An Aberdeen recruitment agency has won a prestigious gong for its annual youth art contest.
Around 1,400 jobs in oil and gas based in Aberdeen are expected to be lost in the next three years, according to a new report.
A programme which has helped hundreds of people in Aberdeen secure a job could be extended for another four years.
A new employment service in Scotland that removes the threat of sanctions has supported almost 5,000 people within the first six months.
A looming skills shortage in the north-east oil and gas sector has been highlighted in the latest industry survey from the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC).
The number of people looking for work in Aberdeen has fallen by 9% compared with last year, new figures suggest.
An app that helps people self-manage lower back pain is among the winners of a government fund designed to help those with health conditions remain in employment.
A north-east oil and gas careers advice event is to take place next month.
Unite workers on three North Sea platforms have accepted a pay deal, bringing an end to a protracted strike dispute.
If you want to catch the eye of those recruiting for jobs at Twitter then the social platform has a challenge.
Robots, artificial intelligence and algorithms could create more jobs than they destroy, according to a report by the World Economic Forum.
Employment in the North Sea industry will increase this year, according to new findings from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), as the worst period of job losses is “behind us”.