The bank’s initial proposal for its first collective dismissal includes the departure of some 3,798 workers and the closure of 530 branches.
BBVA has already put figures to Record of employment regulation (ERE) that will be launched in the coming months. In its initial proposal, the entity contemplates the departure of some 3,798 workers, 16% of the workforce of its Spanish subsidiary affected by the perimeter of the adjustment.
By regions, the highest number of casualties will take place in Barcelona (836)Although the provinces of Madrid (357), Tarragona (185), Valencia (115), Alicante (107), Seville (103) and Girona (92) will also be highly affected.
As it is the bank’s initial proposal, it is possible that the impact will remit as the negotiation progresses and in the final agreement with the unions.
However, according to these first approaches, most of the downsizing will occur in offices, from which about 3,025 employees will come out. As for the rest, 258 casualties will occur in the central services and 155 in the intermediate structures. Outside of BBVA Spain, the corporate center You will cut your staff by 360 people.