Unemployment in Scotland has seen a slight rise with the latest figures reaching the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact.
People affected by the coronavirus pandemic, including furloughed workers and those looking for employment, have been offered support through a new online service.
More than 110,000 new claims for Universal Credit were made in Scotland in just over five weeks after the first coronavirus case in the country, new figures showed.
The number of Scots in work grew by 35,000 to a total of 2,689,000 in the three months before coronavirus hit.
A new organisation aimed at helping Scottish companies to manage remote workers during the coronavirus outbreak will be launched later on Wednesday.
A low-cost blood test for the early detection of brain cancer could be in UK hospitals with three years, according to researchers.
Bosses at a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill are confident a new buyer will be found for the business.
A Scottish Government minister has held a "positive meeting" with management at a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill.
A Scottish Government minister was due to visit a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill today.
Fair Work Minister Jamie Hepburn has paid tribute to workforce development after visiting a catering firm’s headquarters in the north-east.