IT is not yet a quick fix, especially in the area of human capital needs for most merged banks, as they have continued to cut down on their workforce.
This post-merger action has attracted stiff resistance from bank employees, who want strict adherence to the rules of their engagement by the new owners of the banks.
After losing in the internal intrigues in the banks, the sacked employees have taken their case to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
In a petition to the apex bank, the disengaged ...
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Added January 31, 2012
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