BUS operator CT Plus has made a loss in its first year.
A DRIVER stand-off which threatened the launch of CT Plus’s new night bus service has ended after five employees volunteered to work the unsocial hours.
BUS drivers will meet tonight to discuss whether they can reach a compromise over a proposed pay freeze and night bus service or whether they should consider industrial action, their union has said.
BUS DRIVERS have turned to their union for help out of fear that they are being forced to work the late-night services with no security onboard and no extra pay.
MANUAL workers face a pay freeze this year and other States employees fear the same.
A UNION representative has called for the island’s minimum wage to be scrapped and a living wage introduced instead.
INFIGHTING among union officials has led to two senior figures effectively being forced to remove themselves from discussions on planned pension changes.
UNIONS have called for an urgent meeting with States officials so that ‘negotiations can begin’ on pensions.
A STATEMENT yesterday from the Association of States Employee Organisations on pension reforms was notable for who, or more importantly who didn’t, sign it off.
UNIONS are likely to soon confirm their unwillingness to accept proposed changes to the public sector pension scheme.
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