UNITE UNION MAY DROP BUS EIREANN STRIKE IF COMPANY WITHDRAWS CUTS

The Unite union is hinting it could lift its strike action at Bus Éireann for talks, if the company withdraws plans to unilaterally impose cost cutting measures.

There’s speculation today that a fresh round of negotiations could be in the pipeline, 11 days since services were withdrawn.

Both unions involved – the NBRU and Unite – say they’re willing to attend the WRC, if it does intervene.

Unite spokesman Willie Quigley today indicated progress on the strike could be made if company proposals are dropped.

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