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Ulster Bank may face strike action

• Financial Services Union members reject changes to bank’s pay reform proposal • Proposed changes include staff reductions, branch closures and salary revisions

2nd April, 2017

Ulster Bank is facing strike action across its branch network in retaliation against changes to the RBS-owned lender’s pay reform proposal which unions say will “reduce staff future earning proposals significantly”.

The financial services union has begun polling in an ‘indicative ballot’ among its members in branches south of the border. This is designed to measure the appetite for strike action of FSU members among Ulster Bank’s 2,400 employees....

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