20 May 2018
Survey finds 87 per cent of Scots said they would report suspicions of human trafficking to police, up from 80 per cent last year
'Little evidence' that technology ‘significantly disrupting’ Scottish labour market, STUC and Scottish Government report concludes
18 April 2018
A joint trade union and government report challenges “pessimistic” visions of job losses due to...
Theresa May commits to tackling 'burning injustice' of gender pay gap as deadline to reveal figures looms
4 April 2018
Firms with more than 250 employees have until midnight tonight to publish their gender pay gap
Derogatory remarks do not enjoy enhanced rights of expression simply because they are uttered by politicians
28 March 2018
The Convener of the Standards Commission for Scotland on the on the ethical standards...
20 March 2018
Eighty per cent of respondents from the Scottish IT industry expect 2018 to be positive for...
12 March 2018
Stewart McDonald MP on his members' bill to ban exploitative unpaid trial shifts
5 March 2018
Workforce planning is not an easy task amid Brexit uncertainties, as Scottish Apprenticeship...
1 March 2018
The confidential survey was sent to Scottish Parliament staff, MSPs and others based in the...
16 January 2018
It would be easier for women to challenge unequal pay if they could see they were getting less
5 January 2018
Institute for Fiscal Studies analysis suggests more jobs could be automated with minimum wage rises
5 December 2017
Sexual harassment is widespread across many workplaces in Scotland and more can be done to tackle...
17 November 2017
The UK Government has outlined a range of programmes to promote the UK technology sector
15 November 2017
Job market figures labelled "encouraging" despite slight rise in unemployment
12 November 2017
Professor Polly Arnold OBE is the Crum Brown Chair of Chemistry at the...