Recruiter Hays has said annual earnings are set to beat expectations as the hard-hit jobs market bounces back from the pandemic.
Firms are being urged not to “drop their guard” on safety as more people return to work on Monday amid hopes of a rebound in business activity as the lockdown continues to ease.
Recruiters are placing more people in work as businesses start returning to normal because of lockdown measures easing, a study suggests.
Labour has outlined plans for a £1.2 billion programme that it has hailed as “the most ambitious job creation scheme in the history of the Scottish Parliament”.
Collapsed fashion chain Peacocks has been saved by a senior executive with backing from an international consortium, it has been announced.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon promised to revitalise Scotland’s ailing town centres in a funding pledge opponents claim falls "well short".
A man who started a business with his wife after they both lost work due to the pandemic has said he is “over the moon” with his new career.
Almost 9,000 jobs have been cut or put at risk in major announcements from big British companies in the last three months, according to analysis by the PA news agency.
Scotland’s employment rate has fallen slightly, down to just over 74%.
Scottish Water workers are set to vote on potential strike action amid a dispute over pay.
Shipping group North Star is to take on 130 new workers after landing a £270 million contract for the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
Aberdeenshire Council has set out how it intends to save almost £24 million in next year's financial budget.
The number of people looking for temporary work continues to increase due to layoffs during the coronavirus pandemic, according to an economic report.
Sadiq Khan has launched his campaign to be re-elected as the Mayor of London by calling for a post-war style economic recovery package for the capital.
Budding make-up artists and TV prop designers are being given the chance to work on the hit crime drama Shetland.
Sadiq Khan has launched his mayoral re-election campaign with a focus on “jobs, jobs, jobs” for Londoners affected by the coronavirus crisis.
The furlough scheme will be extended until the end of September, with employers asked to contribute to workers’ salaries from July, the Chancellor is set to announce.
Rishi Sunak is to extend the furlough scheme until the end of September at Wednesday's Budget, protecting hundreds of thousands of jobs across Scotland.
Rishi Sunak will focus on “critical support” for businesses and households in his Budget rather than immediate efforts to balance the books, a Cabinet colleague indicated.
The Government must earmark £10 billion for 250,000 green apprenticeships over the next three years to minimise the long-term economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic, an environmental group says.
The Chancellor will provide more than £400 million of additional support for the badly hit culture sector in his Budget on Wednesday, as a Tory grandee warned taxes would “have to go up”.
This week’s Budget will build on measures taken to protect businesses during the pandemic and pave the way for a “strong, jobs-led recovery”, Boris Johnson has said.
Labour is calling for a “jobs promise” to guarantee young people education, training or employment to prevent a “lost generation” in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Workers at Vauxhall’s UK car factory are waiting for news about the future of the plant, with an announcement expected later on Thursday.
The chairman of Royal Mail has apologised for gaps in its service over Christmas, as parcel carriers faced their busiest ever winter.
An accelerated broadband investment programme could bring thousands of jobs and improve digital connectivity across the north-east and Highlands, according to Scottish Labour leadership hopeful Monica Lennon.
The UK Government has, during recent months, helped millions of people continue to provide for their families as part of its Plan for Jobs support scheme. The initiative is at the heart of our recovery from the economic impact of the pandemic, continuing to help people of all ages work.
A new Aldi planned for Portlethen will create 18 jobs.
Shares in De La Rue rose after the company revealed that profits will be ahead of expectations and it is creating 70 jobs.
A £2 billion Government job scheme launched five months ago has seen fewer than 2,000 young people start in their new roles.