Local government employers have made it clear a two-year pay offer is “final” after union leaders recommended rejection.
Leaders of the biggest local government workers’ union have rejected a two-year pay offer and will now consult members on the next step.
Bus drivers in London moving to another company will remain on the same pay grade under a “landmark” deal.
Top bosses at Carillion are to be investigated after the construction firm’s collapse put thousands of jobs at risk and saw the Government heavily criticised for its role in the debacle.
Union leaders have insisted demands for a 6.5% pay rise for council workers are "realistic".
The number of full-time staff at Tayside and Fife councils has been slashed by 4,500 since the financial crash, The Courier can reveal.
Council administration leader John Alexander said the "blood" of those harmed by austerity was on the hands of the Conservatives at a heated council meeting on Monday.
A historic factory making Colman’s mustard is to close with the loss of jobs, dealing a “devastating” blow to the workforce.
Restaurant chain Wagamama has apologised after a manager threatened staff with disciplinary action if they called in sick over Christmas.
Electricians on the Crossrail project are to stage a 24-hour strike in the new year in a dispute over pay.