Scores of North Sea caterers have voted against a pay offer, potentially opening the door for strike action in the future.
Thousands of North Sea caterers are voting on a pay offer which union bosses have described as an “insult”.
During an intense period of challenge for the energy sector in the midst of a global pandemic, securing the future of Aberdeen as Europe’s oil and gas capital has never been more important.
Catering firm Aramark has landed a five-year contract award with Total across several of its UK North Sea assets.
A deal has been reached which will protect the jobs of nearly 3,000 offshore caterers working in the UK North Sea.
The finalists have been revealed for an awards ceremony celebrating companies and people who have made an outstanding contribution to offshore health and safety.
A popular offshore chef manager has died at the BP Clair Ridge project.
An American plaintiff is seeking more than $1million in damages after a spy camera was discovered in her living quarters aboard the Transocean-owned Deepwater Invicus drillship.
A trade union has launched a ballot to ask offshore caterers whether they want to vote on strike action.
Seasoned North Sea catering boss Susan Elston has been appointed senior vice-president for Sodexo’s offshore and marine business in the UK and Ireland.
The trade body for offshore catering firms said today it was disappointed but committed to dialogue after its latest contract offer was turned down.
Offshore caterers have voted to reject the latest contract offer from North Sea employers.
Offshore caterers will vote on whether to accept a pay freeze from North Sea employers next week.
Facilities management firm Aramark has picked up top awards from UK safety body RoSPA.