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
Unions are expected to request a further extension on talks involving job losses at Aberdeen City Council.
Aberdeen council leaders have refused to rule out outsourcing services.
A session is to take place in the Aberdeen in a bid to prepare those hoping to join the police.
More than a dozen jobs look set to go as abattoir owners plan to close a long-running north-east base.
Telecoms giant BT is merging its business and public sector divisions to create an enterprise unit with more than 14,000 staff.
A union boss today called for “open and honest information” on how many jobs will be lost at Aberdeen City Council and where they will fall.
More than 1,200 jobs are being axed at Lloyds Banking Group under plans to shut another 49 branches in a further blow to Britain’s high streets.
The firm confirmed it plans to drop more than a third of its staff, more than half of whom work in Aberdeen.
An oil firm is set to create around 40 jobs for its new Aberdeen office off the back of a major North Sea deal with BP.
One in three workers believe their job will be automated in the next decade but many are not being offered new skills to prepare them for changes to the world of work, according to a study.
Everyone has one of those stories of a particularly strange or awful job they’ve had, but some of them take the biscuit.
Artificial intelligence and robots are likely to take on fewer jobs than first feared, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
A staggering 21,000 jobs have been axed in the first three months of the year as retail store closures, company restructurings and Carillion’s collapse resulted in a bleak quarter.
Staff told ‘absolutely sickening’ news they’ve lost their jobs after arriving for work at vehicle hire firm in Aberdeen
A total of 45 people in Aberdeen have lost their jobs at a vehicle hire firm after it went into administration.
New car brand Lynk & Co is to build cars destined for Europe on the continent, it has announced.
Aberdeen coastguard has enlisted the help of 22 new volunteers after a successful recruitment drive.
Total said today that it would make 250 workers redundant in the north-east following its takeover of Maersk Oil.
The self-employed are happier at work despite long hours and more uncertainty, a new study suggests.
A telecoms giant is set to hire 40 trainee engineers from across the North-east as part of its largest ever recruitment drive.
An energy company whose Co Antrim workers are threatened with redundancy made £9 million profit in 2016.
Business hiring confidence has reached its highest level in more than a year, but the optimism is masking a “desperation” among employers to fill vacancies as Brexit looms.