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  6. Wednesday 25th January 2017

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

    WORKERS at HSBC faced a “dark day” yesterday after the bank announced its decision to cut up to 380 jobs, according to Unite the union.

    The bank told its workforce that it would be making 176 jobs redundant when it closes 117 of its high-street branches and will be cutting up to 204 IT jobs, with the majority of them going overseas.

    Technical roles will be “offshored” to teams in India, China and Poland.

    Unite will be pressing HSBC to ensure that there are no compulsory job losses as a result of the branch-closure plans. Unite national officer Dominic Hook said: “It is a dark day for hundreds of HSBC staff who will arrive at work to be told that they could lose their job as their branch closes or their IT role is cut.”

    He added: “This announcement comes just days after the disappointing news that Yorkshire & Clydesdale Bank will be shutting 79 branches with 400 job losses.

    “Unite is again calling on the banking industry to rethink such branch-culling exercises, which do nothing to reassure customers or staff that banking is accessible and open to all.”


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