Bank of Ireland staff seek wage hikes and performance pay

Staff wants pay rise to reflect the rise in the bank’s profits over the last year

13th December, 2015
Bank staff are seeking a wage increase

More than 10,000 Bank of Ireland staff are seeking wage hikes and performance pay rises, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

A two-year pay deal between the lender and the staff runs out at the end of this year and talks between Bank of Ireland and the Irish Bank Officials Association (IBOA) took place last week to hammer out a new agreement.

Staff are seeking a low single digit pay rise to reflect the rise in...

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