Facebook’s second in command has been told that social media companies must do more to tackle online abuse, in a meeting with Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel.
Facebook plans to hire 1,000 more people in the UK by the end of 2020, with a large number working on technologies to remove harmful content.
UK employment could decline in 2020 despite average pay being expected to surpass its pre-financial crisis peak for the first time, economists have warned.
Economists have hailed the latest set of employment statistics as “welcome news” for the new Conservative Government as it revealed a “resilient” UK labour market.
Two Dundee staff from Tayport food processing equipment maker, Foodmek, have celebrated 40 years’ service.
A service helping young people across Tayside secure full-time employment has celebrated its 10th anniversary.
Unemployment in Dundee remains above the national average as the city continues to deal with uncertainty over Brexit and the future of some employers in the area.
Staff working at a local furniture firm claim to have not been kept in the picture over its future after it emerged the company may be running into difficulty.
The “physiological wear and tear” from stress around insecure job and housing markets is likely to increase young people’s risk of chronic health conditions later in life, a health expert warned.
Older trades workers left unemployed as a result of a number of firms going bust in Dundee are to take part in a Jobcentre initiative teaching digital skills.
A multimillion-pound investment by a decommissioning firm will bring additional jobs to Dundee.
Theresa May has not had much to be positive about lately.
The collapse of Dundee building firm McGill may lead to a rise in out-of-town firms coming into the city to pick up their abandoned contracts.
The Scottish Princes Trust is giving unemployed 18 to 30-year-olds across Dundee the opportunity to Get Into Healthcare with NHS Tayside.
Union bosses are to hold talks with Tesco over fears the supermarket giant is to shed nearly 90 jobs at its Dundee customer contact centre.
A Dundee and Angus College jobs fair aimed at school leavers will welcome more than 30 local employers.
An app that helps people self-manage lower back pain is among the winners of a government fund designed to help those with health conditions remain in employment.
Workers have spoken of their agony at the news tyre giant Michelin is to shut down its Dundee factory.
This time last year, the Dundee Partnership unveiled its plan for making the city a better place to live and work across the next decade.
If you want to catch the eye of those recruiting for jobs at Twitter then the social platform has a challenge.