An Aberdeen bus firm is holding a recruitment event to celebrate national woman’s day.
Recruitment specialist SThree booked rising sales and profits in 2018 following strong growth in Continental Europe and the US.
Firms are being urged to stop asking for criminal record details on job application forms because they give employers a “false sense of security”.
A looming skills shortage in the north-east oil and gas sector has been highlighted in the latest industry survey from the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC).
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.
Police Scotland is to hold a series of recruitment events in the north-east.
A North Sea operator and an Aberdeen-based engineering firm claim fraudulent recruitment emails have been sent out in their names.
An oilfield service firm is gearing up for a major recruitment drive in Aberdeen after sealing investment from a Chinese business.
Dozens of nurses will travel thousands of miles across the world to help fill vacancies in hospitals in the North-east in the coming months.
Women hoping to join the police force will have a chance to find out more about the career at a special event later this month.
North-east women are being encouraged to find out about a career in crime fighting at an information day later this month.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve a local authority’s ongoing recruitment crisis.
Police Scotland is to host a recruitment day aimed at women who are thinking about joining the force.
A North-east fast food restaurant has reopened following a refurbishment which has created 20 new jobs.
Aberdeenshire councillors have agreed to set aside £350,000 to lure more teachers to the region.
Police officer recruitment is at a three-year high in the North-east, with a number of oil and gas workers joining the force amid the downturn.
Health Minister Shona Robison will consider if more support can be given to NHS Grampian to help recruit GPs.
WORKERS at NHS Grampian have raised concerns about staff shortages more than 780 times in the last year.
AROUND £150,000 could be paid to recruitment agencies in a bid to get more teachers to work in the North-east.