Warren Gatland says there is “definitely nothing concrete” in place for his next coaching role after he leaves Wales.
Graduates who take a job at Aldi can expect a starting salary similar to those who head to the world’s top law firms, a report has found.
A new one-off grant to help young people with the costs of starting work will be introduced as soon as possible, Scotland’s Social Security Secretary has said.
Trade union bosses in Dundee have declared they will fight any threat to council jobs with “everything it takes”.
Firms are being urged to stop asking for criminal record details on job application forms because they give employers a “false sense of security”.
Hundreds of staff have been made redundant at a disposal company facing a probe over a pile-up of waste from the health service.
Hundreds of staff at a manufacturer have been told the company does not have enough money to pay their wages.
The closure of Dundee's Michelin factory has been confirmed with the loss of 850 jobs.
Construction firm Kilmac has revealed about one in 10 of its jobs are at risk, following reports that it was considering cutting its workforce earlier this week.
A Tayside construction firm may be forced to cut jobs in the run-up to Christmas.
Tachograph firm Stoneridge Electronics has confirmed Dundee jobs will be lost as part of a company restructure.
Tesco has officially opened its customer engagement centre in Dundee following a multi-million pound investment.
A Dundee and Angus College jobs fair aimed at school leavers will welcome more than 30 local employers.
Almost 500 jobs are to go at aircraft manufacturer Bombardier in Northern Ireland in a bitter pre-Christmas blow for workers.
More than 70 people from the Dundee business community attended a breakfast meeting hosted by Michelin yesterday when they learned how they could have a role in preparing young people in the city for the world of work.
The 16 people who have been tasked with saving the jobs of 845 Michelin workers have been revealed.
Michelin bosses have given Scottish Economy Secretary Derek Mackay until the end of the month to come up with a plan that could save the closure-threatened Dundee site.
The owner of failed Dundee Waterfront eatery Brassica has promised to give staff their jobs back when he re-opens the restaurant under a new name.
Michelin has tonight announced it will close its Dundee factory within the next two years.
A young man who struggled to adjust to working life is now flying high at a community facility thanks to a work coaching scheme.