AIB workers reject bank's proposals on pay and pensions

Workers at AIB have rejected the bank's latest proposals on pay, pensions, jobs security and other contractual issues.

The Irish Bank Officials Association (IBOA) has written to senior management requesting that the bank reconsiders its position and engage in constructive discussions on all matters in the dispute.

Members have endorsed the position of the Union's Executive Committee in seeking to refer the issues to an agreed third party for mediation.

IBOA general secretary Larry Broderick says the result of the ballot reflects the deep sense of upset and anger among staff at what are described as the bank's 'opportunistic' proposals.

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