First Aberdeen have put a new pay offer on the table to their staff, at the end of protracted discussions between the company and the Unite union on Wednesday.
Following the talks, the company has made what it describes as "a revised offer, consisting of new money, not related to any potential changes in shift patterns or terms and conditions." A strike which had been scheduled for Saturday, December 15, has already been cancelled. Industrial action was also planned for December 18, 20, 22, 27, 29 and 31. Bus workers are voting on the revised offer today. The results of the ballot are expected to be confirmed around 4.30pm tomorrow.