The firm has carried out a full review of its processes and made less than 10 people redundant, just weeks after a number of other roles were axed
Cultivating young manufacturing talent is crucial to workforce development, says SCA training officer Ian Callender
Unite officials say the firm has promised to release temporary and agency workers before any compulsory redundancies take effect
Nearly 60 jobs are currently under threat as the ship repair and conversion firm consult with staff and trade unions
"I don't believe that because I'm at the top of the tree that I shouldn't be in touch with every area of the business," said Alan Purvis
Proposals to restrict the right to strike are a "democratic outrage", says regional secretary of the TUC
Part of the firm has been bought by Kier Living following the administration brought on by cash flow issues
Businessman David Cliff says it is time that the North East dropped the cap-doffing image from the past and showed just what it can do
The NECC said the new jobs shows the strategy of "more and better jobs" is coming to fruition
Finance and political will remain a problem for nuclear power, but there are opportunities in the supply chain
"For all the talk of a recovery, our economy still isn't creating enough well-paid, permanent jobs to meet demand," said Beth Farhat
25 staff at the Walker Riverside base of Wellstream International are at risk of redundancy as its parent company grapples with falling oil prices
Journal columnist Kate Thick on a painful and timely reminder of the impact of poverty and inequality in Britain, launched in Newcastle
'The Lynemouth site fits very well with the rest of our property portfolio in the North East,' said Owen Michaelson, CEO of Harworth Group.
The chamber are calling for action to encourage and support greater levels of female entrepreneurship, and to bridge the gender gap in skills.
The insurance lead firm is creating 40 news jobs at its base in Trinity Gardens, less than two years after setting up in the North East.
The firm has invested heavily at its Sunderland plant in recent years, preparing for new production for clients including Nissan, Honda and Renault.
The Newcastle-headquartered IT services firm saw an opportunity to buy regional rivals Aegis on the strength of their client base and staff
Four apprentices at Annitsford-based Naljets have been given full-time positions with the aircraft management services firm
Peterlee company is recruiting 100 people this year and expects workforce to reach 1,000 by the end of 2018
Last year saw the spend on decommissioning top £1bn for the first time
"There is true vitality here with all working as one for the good of all. It is very special," says Tim Evans
Turnover also rose 14% at the Duns-based business, which took on 53 new employees in its latest accounts year
Co-founders Judith Moran and Tony Outhart exit the business as management trio take over
RICS launch campaign to encourage more North East women to consider surveying as a career option, in a bid to tackle workforce diversity issues
Investment will allow Burnopfield company to increase capacity by more than 300% while taking on eight to ten new employees
Profound Services delivers eight-week programme that prepares 16-18 year olds for life in the construction sector
Oil giant is making further cuts, on top of the 250 jobs reduction announced last summer, as part of cost saving measures
Entrepreneurs' Forum Business Tracker Survey shows 65% of business owners saw sales increase over the final quarter of 2014
Long search for chief executive of North East Local Enterprise Partnership to continue after interim appointment
Jeremy Middleton welcomes the opening of the new Studio West School in Newcastle on Wednesday
Results of the Nigel Wright 2015 Salary Survey highlight a growing pay divide between men and women in the North East
Car retailer Vertu Motors plc was among 48 companies listed as Business Minister Jo Swinson said there was 'no excuse'
Newcastle-based firm insists job losses will not have an impact on its longer term investment plans
Labour react as George Osborne makes his final Budget before the General Election
Package of measures adding up to £1.3bn announced by Chancellor in response to crisis caused by oil price slump
Prudhoe manufacturer of personal care products, including toilet rolls, has recruited an additional ten manufacturing apprentices
The national minimum wage will reach £6.70 an hour, the largest real-terms rise in seven years, the Government has announced this morning
New jobs created after Firstsource Solutions wins contracts with a telecommunications provider and a high-profile UK bank
Work is continuing at Blandford Square despite administrators being called in at GB Group Holdings and GB Building Solutions Ltd