With the tapering of the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) now in full swing, it is crucial for businesses to keep a close eye on headcount.
The Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been a lifeline for businesses up and down the country.
Employment law expert Nicola Gray has rejoined Aberdein Considine (AC) as a partner after a seven-year spell at rival legal firm Mackinnons.
Workers facing redundancy are being urged to seek independent financial advice to plot the best road ahead.
As the UK oil and gas sector predicts up to 30,000 job losses over the next 12-18 months, Catriona Ramsay of Aberdein Considine sets out workers' legal rights.
The use of the word 'unprecedented' has risen to unprecedented levels in these unprecedented times.
A yellow rescue helicopter took centre stage at The Press and Journal Energy Ball at the weekend.
Spirits are high as the date for the eagerly anticipated Press & Journal Energy Ball is right around the corner.
The cost of buying a home in Aberdeen has risen for the first time since 2017 as thousands of jobs return to the North Sea oil and gas sector, according to a new report.
The first two corporate hospitality boxes at the new £333 million Teca (The Event Complex Aberdeen) venue have gone to two of the Granite City’s largest professional services firms.
As an employer, it’s your responsibility to make your workplace safe for your employees.
The tough economic conditions which have engulfed Aberdeen for the last four years may be coming to an end, according to new figures indicating tentative signs of a recovery in the local property market.
Oil giant BP is selling one of its oldest and grandest assets – its Greenridge mansion house in Cults, Aberdeen, is on the market.
Oil and gas contractors are facing a triple tax blow under a stealth £3billion tax raid by George Osborne. As the dust settles on the first Tory budget in nearly 20 years, details of a three-pronged attack on the North Sea's self-employed workforce are now emerging. Contractors - who have already bore the burnt of the job cuts which have plagued the industry since the turn of the year - look certain to lose out on thousands of pounds of income due to changes in Fividend Tax next year.