AIB staff in battle for ‘living wage’ salary increases

Workers at the bank, which is still more than 70 per cent owned by taxpayers, will demand a cost-of-living increase to their salary, separate to any performance-related increase, with the union focusing on gains for low and middle-income employees

13th May, 2018

Staff at state-backed AIB are to seek increases to salaries when the current pay agreement between the bank and the Financial Services Union (FSU) runs out next year.

Workers at the bank, which is still more than 70 per cent owned by taxpayers, will demand a cost-of-living increase to their salary, separate to any performance-related increase, with the union focusing on gains for low and middle-income employees.

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