Thursday April 9, 2020

Ulster Bank staff told to reapply for employment

Some staff at Ulster Bank have been told they may have to reapply for their jobs as part of the bank’s plan to merge its First Active business and lay off 750 people through voluntary redundancies.

31st January, 2009

Some staff at Ulster Bank have been told they may have to reapply for their jobs as part of the bank’s plan to merge its First Active business and lay off 750 people through voluntary redundancies.

Ulster Bank plans to close 45 First Active branches in Ireland and open ten new Ulster Bank branches as part of the merger.

The Irish Bank Officials Association (IBOA),which represents 4,200 of Ulster Bank’s 7,500 staff in Ireland, last...

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