AIB likely to wait before job loss details are revealed

AIB is unlikely to publish any details about the 2,000 job cuts announced last week until a new management team is appointed in the coming weeks and reports are received from independent mediators advising on the restructuring process.

16th April, 2011

AIB is unlikely to publish any details about the 2,000 job cuts announced last week until a new management team is appointed in the coming weeks and reports are received from independent mediators advising on the restructuring process.

Trade unions representing bank employees met with the bank’s executive chairman, David Hodgkinson, last Thursday, to seek clarity around the time-line for the process and to criticise the manner of the announcement over the airwaves early last Tuesday...

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