Monday, October 18, 2021
Amazon - Business News Scotland (1)

Trade unions want protest at a global company’s HQ over “abuse of workers”

AS a global company meets for its Annual Shareholder Meeting, activists from trade unions will gather outside the company's HQ.GMB, ITF, and War On want to protest at Amazon HQ over "the company’s worldwide...
Elvingrove Entrance - Scottish news

Elvingrove returns bigger and better than ever with a £2 million investment plan

ELFINGROVE is set to make a return this December with a £2 million investment plan said to offer over 200 jobs.The event held on the grounds of Glasgow’s most famous museum, Kelvingrove will feature...

Lowest youth unemployment level in seven years

FIGURES published today show that 2,622,000 people were in work over the period from January to March 2015, an increase of 42,000 compared to this time last year.The Labour Market Statistics published by the...
Miller - Scottish News

A Library has announced the appointment of the role Orkney Scriever

A ONE-year Scriever residency was created to celebrate the richness of the Orcadian dialect, acknowledging the islands as a stronghold for the Scots language.The National Library of Scotland has announced the appointment of Alison Miller in the...

Festival goers can moonlight as Zombies

Scotland's biggest jobs website has announced it's forgoing the living and is looking to recruit the undead. s1jobs are looking for zombies to fill a three week voluntary role during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Candidates must...
paperwork - Business News Scotland

Insolvency and restructuring profession rescued thousands of UK jobs

THE insolvency and restructuring profession rescued 297,000 jobs and returned £1.82bn to creditors in insolvency cases in 2019.That is the equivalent of around 800 jobs and £5m a day, according to a new report...

Teachers complain of pupils’ shocking classroom behaviour

MORE than a third of Britain’s teachers say classroom behaviour is “unacceptable” and almost half believe it has got worse in the past five years.Just under a half of UK teachers claim to have...

Dream jobs on the set of Outlander up for grabs

OUTLANDER fans have the opportunity of a lifetime working alongside their heroes on the filming of the smash-hit TV show’s new series.Up to 20 trainees will earn the equivalent of around £21,000-a-year to rub...

UK’s largest entertainment company offers new jobs across Scotland

The UK’s largest entertainment company is offering new jobs across Scotland.Sky has launched an extensive recruitment drive throughout the UK, with 400 new positions within the business in areas such as Dunfermline, Uddingston and Livingston.The...

Van driver creates havoc in underground car park

AN amazing video shows the driver of a van hitting and breaking overhead pipes in an underground car park.The motorist collides with the first obstacle but rather than stopping to summon help carries on...
Paul Stenson |Food and Drink News

More than 160 job applications in one day for café advertising “higher wages than...

MORE than 160 job seekers have applied to work at a cafe advertising “higher wages than sitting on your a*** at home.”Paul Stenson, owner of The White Moose Cafe and in Phibsboro, Dublin, hit...
Entrepreneur - Business News Scotland

One in three Brits had the dream of becoming an entrepreneur during lockdown, research...

UK’s entrepreneurial spirit stronger than ever, as lockdown three inspires a 19% increase in companies created compared with the same period in 2020.One in five who have their own business launched it from their...
Hamilton & Inches - exterior - Scottish News

Jewelers reveal new renovations to historic showroom

An EDINBURGH jeweler business has announced the reopening of its renovated showroom on this week.Hamilton and Inches opened yesterday to the public as coronavirus restrictions lifted and now have a new showroom to boast.Work...
New CICV Report | Business News Scotland

The Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum publishes new report

THE Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has today published a report aimed at assisting public bodies in making the appropriate decisions to achieve the highest possible eco-friendly economic return . The report, carried out by...
Business News Scotland

Ex-Google executive to join UK start up business board

A UK start-up business has announced the board appointment of a leading figure from the global technology sector to help it create a new data-sharing economy, benefitting both consumers and quality brands.Ian Carrington, who joins...
football - Research News Scotland

One million football fans will ‘work’ from the pub while watching the EUROS

MORE than one million employees are planning to ‘work’ from the pub for football matches kicking off during office hours, according to new research.More than one million fans are planning to watch all 51...

Film and TV makers invest more than £45 million in Scotland

FILM and TV producers spent a record £45.2 million shooting on location in Scotland in 2014, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop revealed today.The record high total - an increase of almost £12 million compared with...

Scottish employment figures on the up

THE number of people in employment in Scotland has increased by 46,000 over the year, according to figures published today by the ONS.These numbers, which cover the period December 2014 – February 2015, also show...
Minstrel - Scottish News

Loans set to unlock the potential of young entrepreneurs in Scotland

A GOVERNMENT loan scheme set out its commitment to unlock the talent of thousands of more people across the UK by helping them to start their own business.Since 2012, Start Up Loans has delivered...

JK Rowling “cried her eyes out” over end of The Casual Vacancy

JK Rowling was left “crying her eyes out” over the ending of her televised novel The Casual Vacancy, despite fans complaining about changes.The Harry Potter author gave her seal of approval to the series...
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