Trade unions have shelved plans for a strike action ballot over North Sea working conditions following negotiations with industry bosses today.
The Unite union said the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) tabled an improved offer for offshore workers during the latest round of talks in Aberdeen.
Unite regional officer Willie Wallace, said: “Today’s talks have been constructive and we have made enough progress to be able to put an improved offer from the OCA to our membership.
“It’s for them to decide if this offer is good enough.”
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