A series of strike ballots are being held among workers at Luton Airport including firefighters, security guards and baggage handlers in four separate disputes over pay and zero hours contracts.
A union boss today called for “open and honest information” on how many jobs will be lost at Aberdeen City Council and where they will fall.
Workers at restaurant chain TGI Fridays are to be balloted for strikes in a dispute over wages and tips.
First Aberdeen has announced it has reached out to a public body in an attempt to end an ongoing union dispute.
Union bosses have threatened to ballot council staff in Aberdeen over industrial action after the recent suspension of an employee.
North Sea workers have rejected a pay offer from the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA).
Changes should be made to strengthen the interests of workers when British firms face “casino-style” takeovers, the country’s biggest trade union has said.
Health workers ranging from nurses and ambulance drivers to hospital porters and cleaners are being urged to accept a “significant” pay offer ranging from 6.5% to 29% over the next three years.
A union official has been appointed Labour’s new general secretary, becoming only the second woman to hold the post.
Bus drivers have been brought up from the north of England to support a city transport firm as the first day of drivers’ strikes began.
The chief of an Aberdeen transport firm was to drive buses in a bid to keep the service running as industrial action got under way today.
The majority of secondary schools in England have seen a rise in class sizes over the past two years, it has been suggested.
Aberdeen bus drivers have called for 11 days of walkouts in a move that could have a major impact on the city’s public transport network.
The Corbynite chair of the Momentum campaign group has triggered a power struggle at the top of Labour by challenging a Unite union official for the role of party general secretary.
An official with the Unite union is to apply for the post of general secretary of the Labour Party.
Workers from GKN are to lobby MPs as part of their campaign against a takeover of the engineering giant by Melrose.
Thousands of workers at energy firm Western Power Distribution are to receive above inflation pay rises over the next two years.
Unions and business leaders welcomed Jeremy Corbyn’s speech on Brexit, although directors say there are still unanswered questions.
Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has been chastised by the Church of England over the treatment of factory workers and governance failings at the retailer, it can be revealed.
A counselling service has been set up for bus drivers in the wake of an ongoing row over terms and conditions.
Bus drivers in London will have improved access to toilets under plans to provide more facilities on dozens of routes.
Aberdeen council under fire from union for appointing employment consultant as it plans to cut up to 370 jobs
A union boss has today said it “beggars belief” Aberdeen City Council has hired a new employment consultant as it looks to cut up to 370 posts.
The national security of the United States could be threatened if a takeover of defence and engineering giant GKN by Melrose goes ahead, a union is warning.
The Government is being asked by the head of a committee of MPs whether there are grounds to intervene in the proposed takeover of engineering giant GKN by Melrose.
Bankers, financiers, lawyers and public relations executives stand to make around £140 million if Melrose succeeds in its bid for engineering firm GKN, a union has claimed.
Thousands of Carillion workers are facing “chaos and confusion”, a union has warned, after 377 redundancies at the collapsed group were confirmed.
Men and women are being forced to share toilet and washing facilities on many building sites, workers have revealed.
Local government employers have made it clear a two-year pay offer is “final” after union leaders recommended rejection.
Leaders of the biggest local government workers’ union have rejected a two-year pay offer and will now consult members on the next step.
Safety concerns have been raised over planned changes to contracts for Aberdeen bus drivers.