Unite the Union says ‘no new talks’ with OCA over rejected pay offer


Union says ‘no new talks’ with OCA over rejected pay offer

Written by – 12/04/2017 6:00 am

Industry news

Offshore trade unions intend to serve North Sea employers with strike ballot notices in the coming weeks with no sign of talks on the horizon, it is understood.

John Boland, regional officer at Unite, said no negotiations had been held with the Offshore Contractors Association (OCA) since workers rejected a pay deal last month.

The OCA, which represents nine companies

Amec Foster Wheeler, Petrofac and Wood Group PSN, declined to comment.

If you work offshore and are employed by one of the offshore OCA contracting companies, it is time to join Unite the Union, as we prepare for the the Industrial action ballot all Unite members have been and will be directly contacted by Unite on any updates in the dispute.

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