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    Default Statutory redundancy only for IBRC staff?

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    Staff at IBRC have been told they will only receive statutory redundancy following the liquidation of the instution (sic) by the Govt.
    How likely is this to stick? Is it the right thing to do? What are the likely consequences for staff at other banks?
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    Will many of the staff not be rehired by NAMA?
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    This is being discussed here

    Always wanted to say that.

    Sorry
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    Yes, its the right thing to do.

    Anybody I know who works in there got parachuted in by Fianna Fail or they are connected some way to the construction business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casablanca View Post
    This is being discussed here

    Always wanted to say that.

    Sorry
    You will be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james5001 View Post
    Will many of the staff not be rehired by NAMA?
    Some, I imagine, but NAMA already have the expertise in-house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by statsman View Post

    Some, I imagine, but NAMA already have the expertise in-house.
    Issue is scale as well though.

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    Nobody being rehired by NAMA should get redundancy.
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    So does that mean in 2020, the Nama staff will only get statutory redundacy when it is wound up?
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    IBRC has only been in existence for 18 months,have the spent what they got when Anglo was closed.

    How many have been made unemployed with less because of their actions?

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