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Law change proposed to help ex-offenders find work

Shared from on 20 May 2015

The Scottish government is to announce measures to help convicted offenders find work as most employers admit they discriminate against them.

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Scotland’s unemployment total rises by 19,000

Shared from on 13 May 2015

Unemployment in Scotland climbed by 19,000 to 168,000 in the first quarter of the year, according to official figures. Office for National Statistics data showed an unemployment rate of 6%, compared with 5.5% for the whole of the UK.

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Scotland’s unemployment total rises by 19,000

Shared from on 13 May 2015

Unemployment in Scotland climbed by 19,000 to 168,000 in the first quarter of the year, according to official figures. Office for National Statistics data showed an unemployment rate of 6%, compared with 5.5% for the whole of the UK.

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Scotland’s unemployment total rises by 19,000

Shared from on 13 May 2015

Unemployment in Scotland climbed by 19,000 to 168,000 in the first quarter of the year, according to official figures. Office for National Statistics data showed an unemployment rate of 6%, compared with 5.5% for the whole of the UK.

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National Museum of Scotland staff due to walk out

Shared from on 16 April 2015

Staff at the National Museum of Scotland are due to walk out in a long-running dispute over pay, followed by an all-day strike on Friday.

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National Museum of Scotland staff due to walk out

Shared from on 16 April 2015

Staff at the National Museum of Scotland are due to walk out in a long-running dispute over pay, followed by an all-day strike on Friday.

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National Museum of Scotland staff due to walk out

Shared from on 16 April 2015

Staff at the National Museum of Scotland are due to walk out in a long-running dispute over pay, followed by an all-day strike on Friday.

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NHS Scotland staff get 1% pay rise

Shared from on 12 March 2015

Health workers in Scotland are to receive a 1% pay rise for the second year in a row.

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NHS Scotland staff get 1% pay rise

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Health workers in Scotland are to receive a 1% pay rise for the second year in a row.

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Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley called to Westminster over employee treatment

Shared from on 19 February 2015

The Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley is being called before MPs at the House of Commons over the treatment of employees at the company’s USC retail business and the use of zero-hours contracts.

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Russell Brown MP seeks equal pay answers for D&G workers

Shared from on 13 February 2015

"A "large number" of women have not received an equal pay settlement from Dumfries and Galloway Council, according to a local MP. The local authority workers' union, Unison, won its case on behalf of more than 200 education staff in the south-w...

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Outlook for Aberdeen uncertain as jobs go

Shared from on 16 January 2015

With the whole community linked to oil, retailers, taxi drivers, car dealers, recruitment agencies and property agencies all fear job cuts

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Average earnings in Scotland ‘lagging economic progress’

Shared from on 18 August 2014

Average earnings in Scotland will not return to pre-recession levels until at least 2016, Scottish government analysis suggests.

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Scottish independence: Babcock predicts Clyde job losses

Shared from on 4 August 2014

The defence contractor Babcock warns its Clyde-based workforce that Scottish independence could lead to job losses.

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Call to cut teachers’ stressful workloads

Shared from on 21 May 2014

The health of teachers is being damaged by pressure caused by high workloads, a new survey by Scotland’s largest teaching union has found.

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