Construction has begun on the largest new industrial park in the north of Scotland.
Job seekers will be able to ask Google to find “jobs near me” as the company makes its first foray into the UK’s recruitment sector.
Administrators for troubled discount retailer Poundworld have confirmed the Aberdeen store will shut.
An investigation has been urged after “lethal” 15-hour-day job adverts appeared for the Aberdeen bypass.
Concerns have been raised that proposed changes to NHS Grampian employee contracts could result in “major recruitment and retention problems” for the health board.
A construction firm based in Aberdeen has failed, making all its 19 staff redundant.
JCB has announced an investment of more than £50 million in a new plant, creating hundreds of jobs and doubling production of cabs used on its machines.
More than 600 new jobs are to be created in financial services in Northern Ireland.
Oil firm Total has insisted in an internal memo that its case for changing North Sea workers’ shift patterns is “strong”.
Hiring among small businesses looks set to tumble by 2022 as Brexit uncertainty takes its toll, costing the economy more than £6 billion a year.
A north-east construction firm is hoping for a good financial year – with £80 million of orders on its books already.
Talks involving job losses at Aberdeen City Council have concluded with individual staff meetings to finish this week.
The boss of department store chain House of Fraser has warned that plans to close 31 outlets and axe 6,000 jobs represent the “last viable” option to save the retailer, with the group at risk of collapse if the proposal is rejected.
Up to 6,000 jobs are under threat after embattled department store chain House of Fraser announced 31 of its 59 stores are set to shut across the UK and Ireland as part of a rescue plan.
A construction firm with offices in Aberdeen has gone into administration.
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An Aberdeen MP has written to BP asking for “urgent clarity” on whether North Sea jobs will be lost in its latest round of cuts.
A North Sea oil producer said today that it would make 70 employees redundant in Aberdeen.
BP has confirmed it plans to cut around 540 jobs from its global upstream business.
Workers at a division of Schlumberger are facing hefty pay cuts after the US oil service firm announced plans to slash bonuses.
More than 6,000 visa applications for highly skilled workers like scientists, IT specialists and doctors with job offers in the UK were refused because of a Government-imposed cap on numbers, it has been revealed.
A pilot project in the north-east is aiming to help 100 seafood firms over a two-year period.
The number of people in work has reached a new record, while earnings have grown in line with inflation, new figures show.
More than 500 jobs will be sustained or created in Scotland over the next six years as a result of backing from the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC).
Ambulance driver, funeral services director, fashion model and librarian are among the most sought after jobs in the country, a new study shows.
Union leaders claim stressed council staff in Aberdeen are working in a “pressure cooker” environment due to council cutbacks.
A petition has been created to try to overturn a decision not to bring local authority jobs to a north-east town.
A North Sea operator and an Aberdeen-based engineering firm claim fraudulent recruitment emails have been sent out in their names.
Oil firm Total has confirmed plans to shed over 50 more Aberdeen jobs. The French energy giant said in March that it planned to cut 250 positions following its merger with Maersk Oil. However, following a review, Total said it will now increase that number to slightly above 300. For the full story visit energyvoice.com