The Young Person’s Guarantee Marketplace takes place at the Albert Hotel, 11am-1pm on Friday 5 November, with employers welcome to drop past at a time that suits them
Labour candidate in the Highlands and Islands Regional List, Rhoda Grant, has called for the BBC to decentralise jobs to the region.
Applications are now open for the SDS Apprenticeship Employer Grant, a new Scottish Government initiative developed in response to the pandemic.
“The news of a further 165 jobs potentially at immediate risk in addition to the 100 jobs which Loganair has already served notice on is absolutely shattering.”
The survey is open to all young people aged between 16-24 years, whether they are still in education, in an apprenticeship, working or currently unemployed.
The social service sector makes up 7.8% of employment in Scotland, which is roughly 1 in 13 or workers.
A programme of activities to support young people who have left school this summer has been launched .
This is a time for examining the tourism sector much more closely than ever before. Change is required.
A new Skill Matching Service (SMS) scheme has been introduced by Lantra Scotland, a charity supported by the Scottish Government, to match rural businesses with potential employees and volunteers during the response to COVID-19.
Employers have a duty of care for their employees and this includes ensuring they have equipment that is safe to use if they are being expected to work from home.