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AIB staff to vote on 2.2 per cent pay hike

Offer follows extensive wrangling between union and bailed out bank

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

6th May, 2016
Union boss Larry Broderick Pic: Maxwells

Staff at AIB are to vote on whether to accept an average 2.2 per cent pay rise under a deal hammered out at the Workplace Relations Commission this week.

The bank, 99 per cent owned by taxpayers, has been locked in dispute with the Financial Services Union over the pay increase.

AIB is the last of the major banks to offer a pay hike for 2016.

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