Unite workers have “emphatically rejected” a pay offer from Total, which were aimed at averting further North Sea strikes.
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Union members have accused Aberdeen City Council of withholding information over asbestos in city schools.
Bus drivers want to “build bridges” with bosses after a deal was struck to end a bitter dispute, their union boss said today.
Aberdeen bus drivers have voted to accept a new contract offer from First Bus.
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm have expressed their hope that a dispute with striking drivers will be concluded today.
First Aberdeen makes ‘maximum’ offer to bus drivers in last-ditch bid to put brakes on strike action
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm have made an eleventh hour offer to striking drivers in an effort to avert indefinite action.
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm say they are “extremely disappointed” that drivers have rejected a pay deal.
A decision on the bus strike is due to be made today.
Bus bosses have apologised to customers for disruption caused during a drivers’ strike as union members today prepared to vote on their latest offer.
An indefinite bus strike has been postponed – so drivers can vote on an offer from bosses.
Businesses across the city centre have blamed bus strikes for reducing footfall and causing employees difficulty in getting to work.
Talks to end Aberdeen’s bus strike are to continue tomorrow – with mediation service ACAS involved for the first time.
Union bosses are hopeful that a meeting with a mediation service will avert an indefinite bus strike next week.
First Aberdeen managing director Andrew Jarvis said the company was at its “breaking point” and cannot offer any more due to the losses incurred by the strike action.
Aberdeen’s bus strike is to continue after no agreement was reached today.
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.
Aberdeen bus drivers have been told refusing proposed changes at work could result in potential “termination of employment”.
Key talks between First Aberdeen and Unite have broken down.