The competition watchdog has signed off on a £1.4 billion deal by student housing business Unite to buy Liberty Living from the Canadian pension fund.
Union bosses have welcomed news that Dundee’s Thomas Cook store and jobs are likely to be saved.
Members of a union at Diageo’s distilleries have accepted a pay deal after suspending potential strike action.
Four bidders are interested in the troubled Co Antrim bus-building firm Wrightbus, a trade union has said.
Former Thomas Cook workers have staged noisy protests outside the Business Department amid claims they were “abandoned” by the Government.
Workers at Diageo’s distilleries have suspended strike action after a last-minute pay deal was offered.
Workers at Diageo’s distilleries will go on strike from Tuesday night after last-minute pay talks broke down.
Taxi drivers in Dundee are furious after the council allegedly handed out their personal details to a firm attempting to poach them.
Dundee is heading for a “summer of discontent” with public services suffering all season long – unless councillors intervene next week.
A Unite trade union leader has insisted strike action will not be cancelled – despite Dundee City Council’s suspension of a disputed contract review.
NHS Tayside staff are to be balloted on industrial action in support of colleagues.
Plans to create an innovation centre on the site of Michelin’s Dundee factory have been welcomed by the Unite trade union.
Dundee City Council said it is keen to work with trade unions to avoid strike action by their members.
Members of the three largest trade unions in Dundee gathered outside the council last night to protest the decision not to let them speak in the chamber about industrial action that could be on the horizon.
Perth-based firm SSE is to axe 444 jobs, according to trade union Unite.
Taxi chiefs have hit out at plans to raise fares at inflation-busting rates which could see the cost of a crosstown journey rising by as much as 10%.
Angus Council refuse workers started five days of industrial action yesterday in a dispute over changes to working hours.
Thousands of Dundee City Council workers have voted to go on strike in protest over changes to the authority’s voluntary redundancy and early retirement process.
BiFab trade unions GMB and Unite have today said a ‘level playing field’ is needed if Scotland is to secure the large-scale manufacturing contracts from its own offshore renewables sector – and they are asking the First Minister and the Scottish Parliament to intervene.
Union members will meet on Monday to decide whether to take industrial action over changes to council workers’ terms and conditions.