Arriva workers return to GWU
Most Arriva workers who resigned from the GWU a few days ago have now withdrawn their resignation, the GWU said this afternoon.
It said it will be informing the company of the development.
The GWU said that Arriva employees were realising that only the GWU was able to safeguard their interests and that it was doing its best to get them the best conditions.
The union said that another long meeting was held with the company yesterday during which its proposals for the first collective agreement continued to be discussed. Another meeting is being held on Saturday.
Yesterday, the union insisted that meetings should continue to be held regularly for an agreement to be reached within three weeks.
It appealed to workers to remain united within the union to give it the strength it needed to negotiate.