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Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Skye Bank Massive Sack

Have you heard?Skye Bank allegedly sacked a large number of their staff yesterday.....

Is there any Skye Bank person here who can confirm the massive sack and why it was effected?
If you were affected,please gist us how far.



49 comments:

  1. God please save your children, after sack they will not even pay them off, where do they go from here. Oluwa please give them all the strength to carry on. I hope my gf is not affected, let me hala her sharp sharp.

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  2. The person I know who would have confirmed was sacked last year.

    What a painful bank. What a way to lose livelihood. May God help everyone of us Amen

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  3. Thinking of closing my account with them sef

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    1. Better do that b4 you lose your money

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  4. Chai! In this protesting era.

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  5. Chai! In this protesting era.

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  6. This Skye Bank can lie for Africa. I read yesterday that the bank promoted 300 staff. So it means that while it was promoting, it was also sacking. In this recession?
    Don't know what to say again sef

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    1. Most banks promote and sack at the same time

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    2. It goes both ways but you won't expect the bank to publicise sack now. Every time you read of a bank promoting staff. Just know that there are also some casualties

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    3. For every debit, there is a credit!

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  7. This is just pure madness. I thought I read about their promotion of 300 staff yesterday🙄. Its well

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  8. OMG!...
    In this current Vuharia's hardship in Nigeria?...
    Na wah oh!...
    They should come work for me in my farm!...

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    1. Say something else madam, you are beginning to sound like a broken record with this ur "vuharia" dis n dat..

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  9. Buhari e yaff do na, take us back to where U Met us o biko or U fvck off

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  10. This isn't the changed we hoped for....enough of this NEGSTIVE CHANGE gor pete's sake!! Everything's going from bad to worse! Buhari God will punish u!

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    1. Haaaaaaa no more Sai Baba

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  11. It is possible.FCMB lay off many staff last week,the economy is not encouraging free flow of funds and some banks claims not to have money to pay their workers.God biko, how long will we remain like? 2019 is too far na.

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  12. it's rily sad i must say. i am a banker and i know what it means. instead of banks to sack on the basis of non profit making, they can reduce their operational expense by making the top less heavy. my previous bank had sooooooooo many ED's , up to 8, haba #shocked and soooooo many GM's up to 7 before i left. its too much abeg. the jobs they do can be done by an AGM, and we end up saving cost. these people that are sacked are majorly junior and mid level staff. BANKS BOARD MEMBERS, PLS REDUCE THE HEAVINESS IN THE BANKING SECTOR . #feelingverysadforthesacked

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  13. i dont know why ppl are like this, understand this if those at the top are not sacked how can those below be promoted? and besides they wer well compensated. i know cos i work there. peace!

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    1. Work as in you still have your job. So no comment from you

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  14. Seriosly this hardship is too much . Now to get job na hell. APC have finish us .

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  15. Yes, is true my hubby is a staff. Thanking God he is not affected.

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  16. Some whole branch was sacked. I pray they find peace.

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  17. Over 300 staff were promoted. those that were sacked were those that did not meet cutoff mark for their appraisal

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  18. or what banks can do is peg their salary at a fixed amount till things improves, it is beta for someone earning like 1M to earn 800k and preserve other people's job. its just pure wickedness and we blame the govt whereas the top shots in the banking industry are wicked and mean also selfish.they want to keep earning the millions and let others that earn 150-200k loose their jobs

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  19. When the "Global" bank wanted to reduce staff, they advised some top management level to resign. That's the way forward!

    See me thinking of porting

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  20. its not only banks. its happening in big multinationals too. wont mention names but one just sacked over 100 people.

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    1. And if you mention names hell would freeze over abi? Gosh I wonder how some of us reason

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    2. anonymous gangster8 February 2017 at 14:58

      You're anonymous, spill nah!

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  21. Anon 11:25 if you mention names will you die. Are you not anonymous. Na wa for una oo

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  22. which way Nigeria?

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  23. In this era where one job is not even enough to sustain one person, not to talk of a couple. Na wah o, this is serious.

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  24. Like if you mention names they will find you and kill you. Gerrout jor.

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  25. NutZone Coconut Oil Lagos 080623121058 February 2017 at 14:57

    I heard they didnt meet certain criteria. na who criteria help

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  26. Change change change, we forgot to add positive change. It is well

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  27. I hears dangote sack over 700 workers last week
    God help us and preserve us at this period

    Tiwa

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  28. It's not their fault, its the wicked policies of Buhari and Emefiele.....may God deliver us from this evil one chance change......

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