With further action planned over the Christmas and New Year period, Ferret Fact Service explains the upcoming strikes and when they are scheduled to take place.
The number of people who have had their benefits sanctioned in Scotland has doubled over the last three years.
The gender pay gap at the Scottish National Investment Bank has increased by almost a quarter in the 20 months since it was established, according to a new report.
Much of The Edinburgh Fringe programme remains inaccessible to disabled audiences, prompting criticism from campaigners and advocates as the 2022 festival gets underway.
A director of a care home firm in Scotland — which is owned in a tax haven and pays some of its staff just over minimum wage — was paid £2.27m in 2020.
Staff at a West Lothian hospital have been assaulted and inexperienced nurses have been left struggling to run wards amidst a staffing crisis, it has been claimed.
Councillors are working without basic legal protections such as the right to paid maternity and family leave – even though the Scottish Government promised to resolve the issue years ago.
Migrant workers on UK fishing boats landing at Scottish ports claim to have suffered physical and racial abuse, with some claiming they were forced to work 20 hour shifts while earning just £3.51 an hour.
All eyes have been on the UK’s employment levels since Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic hit the economy in quick succession.