NBRU Not In Favour Of An All-Out Strike Ahead Of Ballot Of Members In Cork Tomorrow
The ballot comes after a union rep who spoke out about an attack on a Bus Éireann driver was disciplined
The NBRU says the relationship between local union reps and management at Bus Éireann's Capwell Bus Depot have broken down and that's the reason why a ballot has been sanctioned.
The union says they do not want to discommode the public in the run up to Christmas but they are not ruling out a work to rule.
Speaking to RedFM News in the past few minutes the NBRU's Dermot O'Leary says there appears to be insecurity among the management team in Cork:
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