Out of Office: Early closing time for hospitality kicks in; State reduces stake in BOI again

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18th November, 2021
Out of Office: Early closing time for hospitality kicks in; State reduces stake in BOI again
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The Financial Services Union (FSU) has called for a 6 per cent pay increase and a rise in the starting pay rate for its members. The FSU represents workers in the main retail banks. Officials pointed to the decreased competition, return to profitability and calls for lifting bankers pay caps as reasons to increase pay.

The early closing time for hospitality comes into effect on Thursday night. It was confirmed by the Irish Hotels...

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