Bankers decide to end strike at Banco do Nordeste
Bank sent notice informing that absences from Tuesday will be considered absences
At a meeting held on Wednesday (28), the bankers of Banco do Nordeste, from the Bahia Syndicate base, decided to end the strike, which lasted 23 days in the state.Read more news at R7 BAExperience all the Record programming on R7 Play for free!According to the union, the proposal is insufficient, does not address important points, such as hiring and review of the PCR (Career and Compensation Plan), but at the same time, the category understands the responsibility and consequences that maintaining the shutdown would entail.The bank sent a statement to the managers informing that the absences from Tuesday (27) will be considered unpaid absences.Given what it considers harassment, the Uni...
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