Tachograph firm Stoneridge Electronics has confirmed Dundee jobs will be lost as part of a company restructure.
Further redundancies at the BiFab yards in Fife and Lewis have been confirmed in what was described as a “dark day” for the Scottish economy.
Angus Council paid a seven figure sum in redundancy payments last year as the number of employees agreeing severance packages doubled.
Engineering firm Babcock announces record profits just months after hundreds of Fife workers were sacked
Engineering giant Babcock International, which sacked hundreds of Fife workers last year, has announced record profits.
BiFab workers were kept in the dark about losing their jobs until just a few hours before they were handed redundancy notices, according to a source close to the yards.
Union leaders have vowed to continue the battle for BiFab, despite a shock round of redundancies announced today.
More than 635 council posts have been axed by Dundee City Council since 2010 with more than £11 million spent on redundancy payments.
Fife was dealt another jobs blow when distribution firm Palmer and Harvey McLane axed 151 jobs in Dunfermline.
A number of highly skilled Fife jobs are under threat amid plans by BAE Systems to cut almost 2,000 posts around the UK.
Fears west Fife is being dealt another jobs blow have been dismissed as “ridiculous scaremongering” by ScotRail.