Map of planned layoffs in the CaixaBank ERE

Madrid will take the worst part, with a cut of 1,511 jobs.

This is how the new CaixaBank looks at the old Bankia headquarters in Madrid and Valencia

CaixaBank has already made known to the unions the number of jobs it intends to cut under the Record of employment regulation (ERE) that will launch in the coming weeks. 8,291 employees will be affected, 18% of the workforce joint venture between CaixaBank and Bankia, which were legally integrated at the end of March.

By regions, the largest number of departures will take place in Madrid (1,511 casualties), Barcelona (595), Valencia (528), Murcia (410), Balearic Islands (358), Las Palmas (293), Granada (279), Alicante (253) and Seville (237), although the adjustment It will be distributed in 52 provinces.

In the rest of the country, A Coruña (39), Álava (24), Albacete (50), Almería (105), Asturias (65), Ávila (61), Badajoz (40), Burgos (34), Cáceres (20), Cádiz (125), Cantabria (51), Castellón (161), Ceuta (16), Ciudad Real (72), Córdoba (72), Cuenca (13), Girona (85), Guadalajara (37) , Guipúzcoa (22), Huelva (89), Huesca (8), Jaén (105), La Rioja (123), León (47), Lleida (38), Lugo (8), Málaga (39), Melilla (3 ), Navarra (66), Orense (17), Palencia (10), Pontevedra (26), Salamanca (21), Tenerife (19), Segovia (85), Soria (4), Tarragona (36), Teruel (2 ), Toledo (63), Valladolid (24), Vizcaya (23) and Zaragoza (43).

This is the bank’s initial proposal, so it is possible that the impact will remit as the negotiation progresses and in the final agreement with the unions.

Of the total number of employees affected, some 1,861 correspond to central services and territorial directorates, while The greatest impact will be for workers in the office network, where some 5,742 jobs would be cut. The remaining 688 will correspond to other segments. Both entities add a combined workforce of about 44,000 employees.

Of the total number of employees affected, some 1,861 correspond to central services and territorial directorates, while The greatest impact will be for workers in the office network, where some 5,742 jobs would be cut. The remaining 688 will correspond to other segments. Both entities add a combined workforce of about 44,000 employees.