Aberdeen bus drivers have voted to accept a new contract offer from First Bus.
Bus bosses have apologised to customers for disruption caused during a drivers’ strike as union members today prepared to vote on their latest offer.
First Aberdeen has announced it has reached out to a public body in an attempt to end an ongoing union dispute.
A war of words has erupted between an Aberdeen bus firm and its drivers after talks to end industrial action broke down again without agreement.
Talks to end Aberdeen’s bus strike have broken down again.
A bus strike in Aberdeen could be called off for tomorrow and Thursday if fresh talks bear fruit, union chiefs have said.
First Bus drivers have hit out at the “extortionate” prices being paid by customers in Aberdeen.
David Phillips, operations director for First Aberdeen, said the firm remained “frustrated” by the stance of the union despite “a number of significant improvements in our offer”.
Striking bus drivers have insisted they will not be “starved out” as their families and friends joined them on the picket line.
The managing director of a bus company has confirmed the firm is willing to continue dialogue with striking drivers – and said the action has impacted the business.
First Aberdeen has revised its services after Aberdeen bus drivers called for 11 days of strikes.
A counselling service has been set up for bus drivers in the wake of an ongoing row over terms and conditions.
Aberdeen bus drivers have been told refusing proposed changes at work could result in potential “termination of employment”.
Aberdeen bus drivers and their families have staged a protest over changes to contracts.
Key talks between First Aberdeen and Unite have broken down.