The bank has agreed to increase the minimum starter salary in the Republic from €23,500 to €25,000, according to sources. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Some 90 per cent of Bank of Ireland’s 10,500-strong workforce are set to benefit from an average 3.1 per cent pay increase agreed with the lender’s ma(...)

The IFSC. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Financial Services Union (FSU) has launched its first ever cross-sector survey, seeking to build a broad picture of working conditions as it seeks(...)

“While the proposals are not everything we wanted, we feel they are reasonable in the context specifically of Ulster Bank.” Photograph: Tom Honan

Members of the main union representing workers at Ulster Bank have voted in favour of a proposed average 3 per cent pay rise this year for most of its(...)

UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson who was in Dublin this week for the Pendulum business conference. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

UK environment secretary Michael Gove this week said hardline Brexiteers pushing for an improved withdrawal deal with the European Union were like “mi(...)

Arson attack took place at the KBC bank premises on the Main Street in Swords at 5.18am.

KBC Bank Ireland’s main union has urged the group’s Belgian parent to address concerns over staff safety following recent arson attacks on Irish branc(...)

The average 3 per cent pay increases apply to as many as 8,000 employees across AIB’s bottom three staff levels which are covered by a collective bargaining agreement.

The majority of AIB’s workforce of about 10,000 employees is set for a 3 per cent pay increase this year, following negotiations between the bank and (...)

AIB is pressing ahead with plans to disband its complex web of staff grades and replace it with a streamlined career structure from July. Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Staff in AIB are set for a pay increase that is expected to comprise two parts, one tied to individuals’ performance and a flat rate linked to the ris(...)

Yellow vest protesters confront gardaí at KBC’s Irish headquarters on Sandwith Street, Dublin, on Saturday. Photograph: RollingNews

Threats to target homes of bankers and receivers involved in house repossession cases are “completely unacceptable” and “appalling”, the union represe(...)

Repairs being carried out at the KBC building on Sandwith Street after it was attacked on Thursday. Photograph: Collins.

The chief executive of KBC bank should conduct a security audit at bank branches across the country to ensure the safety, welfare and protection of st(...)

Analysts at Investec  have estimated that the bank may cut its workforce by 15-20 per cent, equating to up to 2,200 employees, by the end of 2021

Bank of Ireland’s chief executive Francesca McDonagh has committed in a meeting with Financial Services Union (FSU) officials to sticking to an existi(...)

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