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Aberdeen Entrepreneur Calls for More Female Representation at Senior Level

An Aberdeen businesswoman has called for a united effort to ensure that more women are represented at boardroom level in Scotland, stating that the current levels are far from acceptable.

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Scotland to Abolish Employment Tribunal Fees

Following a number of UK-wide legal challenges, the Scottish Government announced its intention to abolish employment tribunal fees in Scotland.

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Unions Threaten North Sea Oil Strike Amid Industrial Action Reforms

Aberdeen could be struck by industrial action after North Sea Oil unions threatened to strike for the first time since the 1990s.

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Research into female progression at work

New research from the 30% Club on gender intelligent approaches to developing male and female corporate leaders has revealed a new slant on how women succeed at work.

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Government submits NMW evidence to Low Pay Commission

Business Secretary Vince Cable has submitted the Government’s final analysis on employment and the economy for the independent Low Pay Commission (LPC). The LPC will consider this as part of wider evidence when making its recommendations on National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates for this year.

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