Unite union members have voted to accept a pay offer from the OCA, according to a offshore union representative.
Crunch talks between North Sea trade unions and the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) scheduled to take place today have been cancelled.
Crunch talks between the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) and North Sea trade unions will continue later this month after yesterday’s meeting brought no resolution.
Union officials and employers will hold crunch talks next week in a bid to avert widespread strikes in the North Sea.
The Offshore Contractor’s Association (OCA) has made a fresh pay offer to workers after an initial rejection earlier this year.
North Sea workers on a three weeks on then three off rota are nearly twice as likely to fall ill as those working a two-week shift pattern, a report says.
North Sea workers have rejected a pay offer from the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA).
Trade unions representing North Sea workers in pay negotiations have clashed in another war of words with the organisation representing offshore employers.
Members of Scotland’s biggest offshore trade union have voted to reject a pay offer.
Oil workers are being balloted over whether to agree to changes to their pay and conditions from the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) including an additional 15 minutes working.
Unite workers have voted to accept improved holiday entitlement and a joint review of “three on, three off” from by more than 50% of those balloted.
A union has urged offshore workers to accept an offer from the Offshore Contractors Association over North Sea working conditions. GMB said its members had voted to accept the latest offer from employees in a bid to end the dispute. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com