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ANGUAbbey National Group Union (UK)
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Linda Rolph, of Abbey National Group Union, said it was clear another radical cost-cutting plan was on the cards.
Linda Rolph, general secretary of the Abbey National Group Union, said: "We will scrutinise any more job losses to make sure that the business can survive and that the pressure on staff who remain is not too great."
Linda Rolph, general secretary of the Abbey National Group Union, which has 9,000 members, said, 'We will scrutinise any more job losses to make sure that the business can survive and that the pressure on staff who remain is not too great.'
On Monday, the Abbey National Group Union said it feared the bank would axe more jobs, adding to the 4,000 redundancies made since last year's pounds 8 million takeover.
The 9000-strong Abbey National Group Union said they were disappointed at the prospect of fresh job cuts and will meet bank officials next week.
Staff get full pay for the next six months after a deal negotiated by Abbey National Group Union.
Linda Rolph, general secretary of Abbey National Group Union, described the meeting as "positive on both sides" and stressed the importance of building up a dialogue with SCH as members attempt to limit the impact of the job cuts over the next three years.
"This is hugely disappointing," said Linda Rolph, general-secretary of the Abbey National Group Union. "We will scrutinise every single loss."
Linda Rolph of the Abbey National Group Union said: "We will scrutinise any more job losses to make sure the business can survive and pressure on staff who remain is not too great."
Linda Rolph, general secretary of Abbey National Group Union, said she had been told Santander would seek more cost savings, but she did not know the scale of job cuts or savings.
The Abbey National Group Union is concerned over comments made by Santander Central Hispano (SCH) president Emilio Botin, suggesting that the number of back office staff may be cut if the agreed pounds 8.13bn takeover is approved by shareholders.
The Abbey National Group Union said it had consistently made it clear to the company that the transfer of jobs abroad was wrong for employees,customers and the UK.