Just one day of work per week is the most “effective dose” to give the mental health benefits of paid employment, research suggests.
Work to revamp the historic Provost Skene’s House will begin this summer.
Work experience, internships and volunteering can be good stepping stones to begin a career, but some assigned tasks during this time can be a little odd.
The seven dwarfs had the right idea as they cheerfully sang “heigh-ho” on their way to work in Walt Disney’s classic adaptation of Snow White, according to psychologists.
Taking at least three weeks of holiday each year could help you live longer, a study has found.
Work on a major upgrade on a north-east railway line is on track, according to a transport operator.
This viral tweet will prove to anyone looking for a job that thinking outside the box can get you a long way.
The front entrance of a North-east hospital has been closed.
Almost one in three NHS staff members were abused by patients last year, according to new figures.
Getting constantly interrupted at work can make it hard to focus on the task at hand, but scientists believe they may have an answer to the problem.
A mini traffic light that sits on your desk and switches from green to red when you are “in the zone” and do not want to be disturbed has been developed.
Aberdeen has the third highest proportion of people unable to work due to alcohol issues in the UK.
A new series of images from Victorian Britain have been digitally coloured and updated to show how technology has transformed some jobs even while the day-to-day role remains the same.
Stress has become a part of our working life – at least for some of us.
Bosses: you either love them or hate them. But this one boss is sure to be in his employees’ good books after treating them all to a Caribbean cruise.
Aberdeen uni study reveals workers less likely to call in sick if it would make it difficult for colleagues
Workers are far less likely to call in sick if they know their absence will cause difficulties for colleagues, a study has revealed.
Local authority workers in the North-east have been the victims of hundreds of violent incidents.
Despite the oil crisis hitting jobs across the North-east, stats have shown employment is on the rise for women in the region.
Working times to create part of the Aberdeen bypass could be stretched to almost 24 hours a day, the Evening Express can reveal today.
INVESTIGATIVE work as part of a £170 million railway improvement scheme is to begin - in the middle of the night.
A QUARRY in which convicts once hammered red granite could be set for a major expansion.