Cooper Tire and Rubber Company is to move production of light vehicle tyres overseas from its Wiltshire site, axeing 300 jobs in the process.
Claims that Len McCluskey breached union rules when he was re-elected leader of the Unite union have been dismissed by the Certification Officer.
Hospitality workers, couriers and cab drivers have launched a day of action including strikes in separate disputes over pay and union recognition.
Hospitality workers, couriers and cab drivers will join a day of action on Thursday, including strikes, in separate disputes over pay and union recognition.
Tram staff in Edinburgh are being balloted for industrial action after union members claimed a “damaging culture of blame” leaves them fearing for their jobs.
Offshore workers are to be balloted on industrial action in a dispute over pay.
Oil giant Shell has announced plans to change its “hated” rota system for North Sea offshore workers.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has told those behind plans for a huge offshore windfarm off the coast of Scotland they should look no further than BiFab when it comes to awarding work.
Union leaders have attacked the disclosure that hundreds of apprentices at collapsed engineering giant Carillion are being made redundant.
Safety at a Fife army base could be compromised and jobs put at risk by the UK Government privatising military fire and rescue services, it has been claimed.