A Dundee-based oil and gas firm has been ordered to pay more than £13,500 to a worker for non-payment of wages and redundancy money.
Dundee fought off competition from 13 other areas of Scotland to secure hundreds of jobs through a new national benefits agency, it can be revealed.
More than 1,000 employment vacancies will be on offer when Dundee’s annual jobs fair takes place this month.
Most of the jobs created by Scotland's new social security agency in Dundee will be new positions, the Scottish Government has insisted.
Dundee is set for a huge employment boost with more than 750 benefits jobs set to come to the city, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon revealed today.
A community hub designed to tackle social problems in Dundee could be set for expansion after a “hugely successful” first year.
Workers who were made redundant by the collapse of a Dundee electrical firm have told how they were left out of pocket when the firm closed.
A Dundee has gone into liqudation resulting in nearly 100 jobs losses.
More than 100 employees at the Bank of Scotland in Dundee still don’t know what their future holds, it has been revealed.
Hundreds of Dundee City Council workers were taking part in a ballot to decide their future.
Almost two thirds of Scottish firms are concerned they will be unable to recruit sufficiently skilled employees over the next few years, a new survey has indicated.
A meeting to gauge interest in setting up a jobs cooperative for people with mental health difficulties has been hailed a success.
Unemployment in Dundee has fallen — with Job Centre staff claiming things are “on the up” in the city.
Twelve new apprentices have been welcomed to Dundee City Council by neighbourhood services convener Kevin Cordell.
Twenty care jobs are to be created throughout Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy, Comrie, Crieff, Kinross, Crook of Devon, Milnathort and Scotlandwell.
Supermarket chain Aldi has provided Fife with a timely jobs boost after announcing it is looking to recruit 26 new employees across the region.
A series of proposed voluntary redundancies at Dundee’s HMRC offices have been put on hold as a result of a High Court ruling.
One of Perthshire’s largest employers has announced a jobs boost.
A retired joiner has set up a new initiative in Lochee aimed at giving more people the skills they need to get on in life.
The number of Dundonians claiming unemployment benefit has dropped by 44% in the last five years.