Staff at AIB are in line for average pay increases of 2.2 per cent following recommendations made by the Workplace Relations Commission.

Staff at AIB are in line for average pay increases of 2.2 per cent following recommendations made by the Workplace Relations Commission. The proposa(...)

Larry Broderick, general secretary of the Financial Services Union:  “Banking is now part of an international financial services industry, which includes not just bank tellers, but software developers, derivative traders, financial advisers and sales teams.”

Some 98 years after its establishment, the Irish Bank Officials’ Association (IBOA) is reinventing itself as the Financial Services Union (FSU) to re(...)

The Irish Bank Officials Association has said it will resist an attempt by Ulster Bank’s senior management in Belfast to pass on a £1 million increase in the employer’s national insurance costs to 1,500 members of the bank’s defined benefit (DB) pension scheme in Northern Ireland.

The Irish Bank Officials Association has said it will resist an attempt by Ulster Bank’s senior management in Belfast to pass on a £1 million increase(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne at a press conference to announce pre-tax profits at the bank. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

AIB wrote off €604.3 million worth of residential mortgage loans in the Republic last year, an increase of 35 per cent on 2014. It wrote off an addit(...)

The Irish Bank Officials’ Association has written to nine political parties and groupings in advance of the general election to test their views on “(...)

Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank has agreed a pay deal with staff that will involve average increases of close to 2 per cent for employees both sides of the Border. The (...)

Members of the finance union IBOA in Bank Of Ireland backed the new pay proposals in a ballot held this week

Workers at Bank of Ireland have voted in favour of a new pay deal which will see the majority of staff receiving a 2.2 per cent rise this year and a f(...)

The report of an independent mediator has recommended that there should a general increase for Bank of Ireland personnel and a separate rise based on performance.

The majority of staff in Bank of Ireland are set to receive pay increases of about 2.2 per cent next year and a further 2.6 per cent in 2017. The rep(...)

AIB has said no redundancies will result from its plans to outsource a number of services within its application development and maintenance division. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

AIB has said no redundancies will result from its plans to outsource a number of services within its application development and maintenance division.(...)

IBOA general secretary Larry Broderick: “We believe it is time for an increase in remuneration after a pay freeze lasting over six years – especially since this has been a period of major restructuring within AIB involving a substantial reorganisation of the business and significant job losses.” Photograph: Tommy Clancy

Staff at AIB are seeking a pay increase of about 3 per cent. It is understood the finance union IBOA is looking for a deal that will give AIB staff pa(...)

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