COMPANIES investing in Dundee’s £1 billion Waterfront are being told to pay their entire workforces the living wage.
THE number of people claiming out-of-work benefits in Dundee has dropped by more than 2,000 over the last three years.
AT LEAST seven workers have been sacked by one of Dundee’s biggest employers after they failed a random drugs test.
Staff at Dundee University have been told redundancies could be made in a bid to balance the books.
Supermarket giant Tesco revealed today that it is to create 150 jobs at its city call centre.
ScotRail is to create up to 100 new train driver jobs as part of a nationwide recruitment drive.
The future of hundreds of proposed offshore renewable energy jobs in Tayside still hangs in the balance as a legal battle over the protection of birds continues.