It seems the long-running cost saving row at Bus Eireann is finally over.
Staff with the Unite and SIPTU trade unions have accepted a Labour Court recommendation made last month.
SIPTU's Willie Noone, said warned the plan will "require further discussion with the company, particularly in regard to the construction of rosters for drivers as well as the timeframes and selection processes afforded to employees to exit on voluntary severance."
Willie Quigley said “Our members are picking up the tab for a financial crisis not of their making. Now, the focus must be on mapping a sustainable road forward for Ireland’s public transport system in general and Bus Eireann in particular."
The row lead to Bus Eireann workers going on all-out strike for three weeks in March and April.