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  1. 16 Mar 2011

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) have said today’s decrease in the unemployment figures masks the extent of the economic crisis for those on short-term and part-time contracts.

  2. 16 Feb 2011

    Today’s unemployment figures show that too many Scots are out of work, according to Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS).

  3. 9 Feb 2011

    Young people in Scotland are suffering the impact of the recession more than most, and feel no-one is listening to the anger and despair they feel. These are the findings of a major new report presented today by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS).

  4. 19 Jan 2011

    Figures released today show that too many people in Scotland are still struggling to find work, according to Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS).

  5. 15 Dec 2010

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) have said that today’s decrease in unemployment in Scotland is just a glimmer of good news, and that they still fear the impact of public sector cuts will mean more job losses next year.

  6. 14 Jul 2010

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) have reacted to the latest increase in unemployment in Scotland, urging the government to make sure that vulnerable Scots are not left behind.

  7. 22 Dec 2009

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) have said many employers are making their employees' lives difficult this Christmas by adopting 'Scrooge-like' policies on issues like pay, hours, holidays and contracts

  8. 23 Oct 2009

    New Benefit Has Been a 'Catalogue of Errors'

    Today marks one year since the government introduced the new 'Employment Support Allowance' (ESA) to replace Incapacity Benefit and Income Support for those who are sick and disabled. But far from being a cause for birthday celebrations, the first year of the ESA has been one of misery and frustration for many of the vulnerable people who are affected. Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) say that the CAB service has been flooded with complaints about the system, which they say is a 'catalogue of errors.'


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