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  1. 2 Jul 2020

    Demand for advice around redundancy is soaring, according to new data from Citizens Advice Scotland, with almost 1 in 5 employment queries to the network concerning redundancy.

  2. 16 Jun 2020

    Citizens Advice Scotland has responded to the Office of National Statistics figures that show unemployment increasing in Scotland by 30,000 to 127,000 between February and April.

  3. 12 Jun 2020

    Citizens Advice Scotland has called for a higher statutory minimum wage rate and a crackdown on employers who refuse to pay their workers the legal minimum.

  4. 7 Jun 2020

    Citizens Advice Scotland has urged policymakers to put people at the heart of Scotland’s economic recovery.

  5. 15 May 2020

    The proportion of advice issued by the Citizens Advice network relating to employment has doubled between March and April and quadrupled since February new data reveals. ​

  6. 12 May 2020

    Citizens Advice Scotland has welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to extend the furlough scheme to October. 

  7. 1 Apr 2020

    by Rory Mair CBE, Chair of Citizens Advice Scotland.

    NB This article appeared in the Herald on 1 April 2020

  8. 26 Mar 2020

    Citizens Advice Scotland has welcomed the announcement of measures to help self-employed workers through the COVID19 crisis.

  9. 20 Mar 2020

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has urged employers to treat their staff fairly, as reports emerge of workers being dismissed because of the coronavirus.

  10. 5 Mar 2020

    Responding to the news that Flybe has gone into administration, Citizens Advice Scotland Chief Executive Derek Mitchell said,

  11. 4 Nov 2019

    Citizens Advice Scotland has today (Monday) launched ‘Do the Rights Thing’, a new campaign to raise awareness among young people in Scotland of their employment rights.

  12. 22 Sep 2019

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has backed the creation of a new organisation to uphold the rights of workers.

  13. 4 Jul 2019

    19% of workers in Scotland are unsure of their employment rights, according to new figures published today by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS).

  14. 26 Jul 2017

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling that employment tribunal fees are unlawful.

  15. 13 Feb 2017

    On Wednesday 8th February, Frank Mosson, manager of Bridgeton Citizens Advice Bureaux gave evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee in Westminster on the proposed Glasgow Jobcentre closures.

  16. 1 Apr 2016

    Author - Rob Gowans, CAS Policy Officer

    Today’s introduction of the ‘National Living Wage’ is a welcome increase to the national minimum wage for some of Scotland’s lowest paid workers. However despite the name, it’s important that it’s not confused with the existing voluntary Living Wage which continues to have an important part to play in tackling in-work poverty and encouraging decent work.

  17. 1 Apr 2016

    Today sees the launch of the new ‘National Living Wage’, which promises a pay rise for one million low paid workers in the UK. What is it? Should I be paid it? What can I do if I’m not? Find out in our quick guide to the new minimum wage.

  18. 21 Mar 2016

    Citizens Advice Scotland has welcomed the Fair Work Framework for Scotland, which has been launched today by the Fair Work Convention.

  19. 10 Dec 2015

    Holyrood Must Use New Powers To Create Fairer Welfare System

    Over a third of benefit claimants surveyed by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) in the last few months say they are ‘unable to get by’ on the income they receive, and regularly need the help of family, friends or foodbanks.

    The figures are published today (Thursday) as CAS sets out its vision of how Scotland’s new social security system should work, after the devolution of significant new powers through the Scotland Bill.

  20. 15 Sep 2015

    The Fair Enough?  employment campaign may have finished back in February, but bureaux have continued to work on resources which are shared here for all CABs to use. They include, for the first time, campaign resources translated into non-English languages.



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