Jobseekers will have the opportunity to be trained up in warehousing in a new scheme run by Forth Ports and Dundee’s job centre.
Dundee jobs market is still reeling from the collapse of construction firm McGill earlier this year, according to the latest employment statistics.
The number of people on jobseeking benefits in Dundee is continuing to fall, new figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show.
The number of people in Dundee who claim work–related benefits is starting to stabilise following the rollout of Universal Credit (UC).
Jobseekers are being encouraged to get online for the city’s first ever “virtual jobs fair” next month.
Dundee has a key role to play in the future of Scotland’s benefits system, the government’s social security convener has said.
The number of Dundonians signing on for out-of-work benefits in the last 12 months has risen by almost 1,000.
Recruitment drives are ongoing to help Dundonians into work as the latest figures revealed unemployment in the city has risen for the third consecutive month.
Claims for unemployment benefits in Dundee are on the rise amid the continuing rollout of Universal Credit, new figures show.
The number of people on employment benefits in Dundee has risen amid the continued rollout of Universal Credit — but is falling in the long-term.
Campaigners are calling for answers after clients of Dundee’s job centre were revealed as the most sanctioned in Scotland.
More people in Dundee are claiming benefits than last year, new figures show.
Dundonians applying for seasonal Christmas jobs has resulted in 155 fewer people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in the last month.