Aberdeenshire Council’s £27 million budget shortfall could grow if staff win a higher-than-predicted pay rise.
Council tax will rise by 3% in Aberdeenshire, posts will go and services cut in a budget dubbed a “catalogue of horrors”.
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.
North-east pupils have taken part in a project to encourage more young people to consider a career in the oil and gas industry.
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.
Plans have been submitted to turn a historic Aberdeen department store into a pub, restaurant and pizzeria.
Honda is to lay off temporary staff at its Swindon factory, it was revealed today – and the total could run into the hundreds.
More than 370 people at a Scottish building contractor have been made redundant as the firm appointed administrators.
Jobs at Aberdeen’s Cabot Specialty Fluids are “safe” until the sale to a Chinese firm is complete, according to a spokeswoman.
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.
Every job has its cliches.
Nearly half of oil and gas professionals are worried about an “impending talent emergency”, a new employment trends poll shows.
Warren Gatland says there is “definitely nothing concrete” in place for his next coaching role after he leaves Wales.
Graduates who take a job at Aldi can expect a starting salary similar to those who head to the world’s top law firms, a report has found.
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.
Firms are being urged to stop asking for criminal record details on job application forms because they give employers a “false sense of security”.
More than 20 north-east jobs have been saved after oil and gas industry supplier Paradigm Flow Services (PFS) was rescued from administration by its parent.
Hundreds of staff have been made redundant at a disposal company facing a probe over a pile-up of waste from the health service.
Hundreds of staff at a manufacturer have been told the company does not have enough money to pay their wages.
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.
Aberdeen's universities have joined forces to help combat a teacher shortage in the north-east.
An Aberdeen recruitment agency has won a prestigious gong for its annual youth art contest.
NHS Grampian has prepared a special task force composed of key members of the health board’s leadership to deal with the potential impact of Brexit.
A programme which has helped hundreds of people in Aberdeen secure a job could be extended for another four years.
Almost 500 jobs are to go at aircraft manufacturer Bombardier in Northern Ireland in a bitter pre-Christmas blow for workers.
A north-east oil and gas careers advice event is to take place next month.
Aberdeen City Council has identified the posts which will be lost in a bid to save more than £10 million.