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Showing 70 publications about Business, industry and innovation of type Consultation paper or Consultation analysis

  1. Consultation paper | 01 Oct 2021

    Becoming a Fair Work nation: consultation

    This consultation seeks views on achieving this vision and ensuring Fair Work remains at the heart of our labour market interventions, particularly in the context of COVID-19 and EU Exit, by identifying the relevant challenges and opportunities for Fair Work across the Scottish economy.

  2. Consultation paper | 02 Aug 2021

    Islands bond: consultation

    The Scottish Government has made a commitment to developing an Islands Bond - offering 100 bonds of up to £50,000 to young people and families to stay in or to move to islands currently threatened by depopulation. This consultation is inviting comments to inform the development of this policy.

  3. Consultation paper | 15 Jun 2021

    New Year's Day trading for large retailers: consultation

    Large retail businesses are currently able to open on New Year’s Day. This consultation is being held to seek the views of shop workers, retail businesses and others on whether the current law should change so that large retail businesses must close on New Year’s Day.

  4. Consultation analysis | 24 Mar 2021

    Manufacturing recovery plan: consultation analysis – March 2021

    Summary report presenting the findings to a consultation on - "Making Scotland's Future: A Recovery Plan for Manufacturing". In addition, Annex 1 within this document signposts to a range of public sector funded support initiatives and organisations available to help manufacturers.

  5. Consultation analysis | 23 Mar 2021

    Regulation of electricians: consultation analysis

    On 23 November 2020 the Scottish Government launched “A consultation on the regulation of electricians”. A total of 100 responses were received. 44 responses were from individuals and 40 from organisations, while the other respondents did not specify.