Lagos - The Association of Senior Staff of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions (ASSIBIFI) is worried about the increasing working hours of bank workers in the country, reports The Nation.
Olusoji Salako, President of the union, said the association is not happy with the work schedules of bank workers considering the fact that Nigeria is a signatory to International Labour Convention on decent work.
He noted that the association will no longer tolerate the poor worklife situation of its members in pursuit of profits by the banks.
He said the union intends to take its concerns to the National Assembly through the Senate Committee on Banking in order to fashion out laws that specifies the number of hours bank workers must put in daily on their jobs.
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