Hundreds of jobs in Aberdeenshire are expected to be safeguarded as a result of a joint funding pledge from the Scottish Government and the European Union.
The Bank of England is expected to hold interest rates at 0.75% once more on Thursday as Brexit uncertainties reach their peak.
More than 100 jobs are set to be created at the former Pinneys of Scotland plant in Annan, the Scottish Government has announced.
More than three quarters of former McGill apprentices left unemployed after the company collapsed have already found new roles.
A construction trade forum set up by the council will focus on issues which could threaten local companies.
Tesco call centre workers have claimed they are being forced to accept alternative posts or face “losing their jobs”.
Labour has called for a train maintenance depot in Glasgow that is facing closure to be brought into public ownership.
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.
Dundee's HMV store has been spared the axe.
The gates of McGill & Co remained locked yesterday as recently laid-off employees tried to return their company vehicles.
The Scottish Princes Trust is giving unemployed 18 to 30-year-olds across Dundee the opportunity to Get Into Healthcare with NHS Tayside.
More than 370 people at a Scottish building contractor have been made redundant as the firm appointed administrators.
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.
Every job has its cliches.
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.