Japanese car giant Honda has sold its plant in England to a logistics firm, which is planning a huge investment in the site.
NHS staff in Scotland are to be offered a pay rise of at least 4%, the Scottish Government has announced, well above the 1% being recommended by the Westminster Government.
Unite trade union boss Len McCluskey has issued a warning to Sir Keir Starmer that he will be “dumped into the dustbin of history” if he continues his attacks on the party left.
Three major unions are to ballot Scottish Water workers for industrial action over an apparent £3,000 loss of pay.
Thousands of workers at Heathrow Airport, including security staff and firefighters, are to stage a series of fresh strikes in a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
The UK has lost more than twice as many jobs in aviation and related industries during the coronavirus pandemic than France or Germany, according to new figures.
The Government has continued to defend its controversial recommendation of a 1% pay rise for NHS workers despite growing anger and the threat of industrial action.
The main nurses’ union is to set up a £35 million industrial action fund in response to the Government’s recommendation of a 1% pay rise for NHS workers.
A leading union has warned of industrial action amid mounting anger over the Government’s recommendation of a 1% pay rise for nurses and other health workers.
The Government has been accused of inflicting a “kick in the teeth” to health workers for suggesting they receive a 1% pay rise.
The owners of Vauxhall are reviewing options for the Ellesmere Port car factory, including closing the site if a deal cannot be reached with the Government.
Planned strikes by workers at Heathrow Airport have been suspended so proposals to resolve a dispute over pay and conditions can be considered.
The Prime Minister is to be asked to meet workers at Heathrow Airport to discuss a long-running dispute over pay and conditions as they prepared to stage a fresh strike.
Hundreds of bus drivers are to launch an all-out strike later this month in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Trade unions have denied raising concerns about suspicious activity at port checks ahead of a council’s decision to withdraw staff from the inspection posts.
Manufacturing giant GKN is proposing to close a factory making parts for the automotive industry, threatening over 500 job losses.
A fresh round of planned strikes by British Airways cargo workers has been called off after a deal aimed at ending a dispute over pay and conditions.
A Quorn shortage could be about to hit supermarkets across the UK.
Union chiefs have called for standardised Covid-19 testing following an outbreak on board a North Sea platform.
Many more people across north and north-east Scotland are traveling to work than during the first lockdown and experts have warned not enough is being done to support workers to stay at home.
Scottish Ambulance Service call handlers have started to receive the coronavirus vaccine after a government U-turn allowed them to be prioritised, a union has said.
The hospitality sector will take up to two years to begin its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, an industry spokesman claims.
Bank branches in Aberdeen, Huntly and Turriff are facing closure under revised Lloyds Banking Group plans to shut 56 sites across the UK.
Nearly 70 jobs are at risk at Aberdeen and Inverness airports as Loganair implements cuts, a trade union has claimed.
Trade union Unite has branded a decision by the parent of Bank of Scotland to axe more than 1,000 jobs "shameful".
Workers on North Sea platforms are scared for their health amid a series of Covid-19 outbreaks, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A union has called for government support to help save jobs under threat at a security firm at Aberdeen International Airport.
Boris Johnson’s pledge to power every home from offshore windfarms by 2030 has been dismissed by union bosses.
Aberdeen City Council has spent millions of pounds to pay off 555 workers in just the last three years, it can be revealed.
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.