Nearly 4,500 jobs have been lost only a few days into August as the furlough scheme starts to wind down.
Pizza Express has said it could close around 67 of its UK restaurants and cut up to 1,100 jobs, as part of a major restructuring plan to shore up its finances.
Up to 65 jobs are at risk as a north-east firm looks to restructure its business due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tui is to close 166 high street stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland, the tour operator has announced.
Nearly half of students believe the pandemic has diminished their chances of getting a job, a report warns.
Shielding employees who cannot return to work should continue to be furloughed at 80% of their wages, a charity has said.
Protesters claiming that proposed job cuts will disproportionately affect BAME workers at the Tate gathered outside one of its galleries as visitors were welcomed back for the first time in months.
Schlumberger delivered another crushing blow to the oil and gas industry today by announcing it was cutting around a fifth of its workforce.
The Government has failed to offer final-year university students entering a “severely depressed” jobs market any support, Labour has said.
UK manufacturers have called on the Government to extend the job retention scheme by six months as they warned of job losses “on a scale not seen since the 1980s”.
Two north-east MSPs have branded a consultation over redundancies a "sham" after meeting with company bosses.
Restaurant chain Pizza Express is reportedly planning to axe around 75 sites across the UK as part of a rescue deal that could put hundreds of jobs at risk.
Recruiter Hays has warned that surging costs are set to see it slump to a loss over the summer as the coronavirus crisis sent UK and Ireland fees plunging by more than 40%.
The scale of Britain’s looming jobs crisis has raised doubts over whether Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s emergency measures will be enough as experts warn the latest unemployment figures are just the tip of the iceberg.
UK workers on company payrolls have fallen 649,000 during lockdown as the coronavirus crisis claimed another 74,000 jobs last month, according to official figures.
Almost a third of UK firms plan to lay off staff over the next three months in a further sign of the coronavirus pandemic’s devastating impact on Britain’s job market, according to a report.
More than 50,000 jobs could be at risk in London’s West End if tourists and office workers do not return, a partnership representing the area has warned.
Teenagers are most likely to have had their jobs furloughed during the coronavirus outbreak, new figures show.
The furlough scheme and self-employment support have helped 891,500 Scots during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest UK Government figures.
Sir Keir Starmer has backed calls for British Airways to lose some of its lucrative Heathrow slots over the treatment of its workforce.
Around 140 telecoms jobs are under threat after BT announced it is considering shutting down its city centre base.
Nearly 350 jobs are being cut at car dealership Vertu Motors as it looks to “future-proof” the business and ramp up automation in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
Starting salaries dropped at their fastest rate on record in June, according to a new report.
Sandwich and coffee chain Pret a Manger is to permanently shut 30 of its stores after footfall was hammered by the coronavirus lockdown.
More than 24,000 jobs have already been lost at high street retailers in administration in the first half of 2020 after the coronavirus lockdown sparked the collapse of a raft of well-known brands.
US unemployment fell to 11.1% in June as the economy added a solid 4.8 million jobs.
The retail bloodbath has continued apace as the John Lewis Partnership warned over store closures and job cuts and Sir Philip Green’s Topshop empire also revealed redundancy plans.
Calls have been made for the government to step in after a baggage handling firm announced plans to cut more than half its workforce, putting up to 70 jobs in Aberdeen at risk.
Banking giant HSBC is to resume its plan to cut around 35,000 jobs worldwide after putting the redundancy programme on hold amid the coronavirus crisis.