Up to 370 posts could go at Aberdeen City Council in a bid to save more than £10 million in the next financial year.
Administration councillors faced criticism last week after considering the proposals to reduce the full-time equivalent posts in private session.
In a statement, the local authority today said they have agreed to cut up to 230 full-time equivalent posts.
An additional 140 full-time equivalent posts which are current vacant will also be disestablished.
The move is expected to result in savings of £10.3m in savings and the council said it is “hoped” these savings can be achieved through voluntary means.
The proposals come as part of a massive transformation of Aberdeen City Council as the local authority looks to slash £125 million from its budget over the next five years.