CaixaBank management has presented to the unions a relocation plan for 7,791 workers who will finally be affected by the ERE. The project includes from career guidance sessions, access to up to 16,000 training courses, an international headhunting service or support for business creation. The bank thus seeks to help employees who will have to leave the bank to obtain their relocation to a job “stable and adjusted to their professional profile.”
In addition, they will be able to rejoin the plan if they accept a job offer and when they start their new work stage they consider that the position does not meet their expectations or the professional project they want to undertake.
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the bank has the support of LHH (Adecco Group), a company specializing in professional transition projects and talent development, with extensive experience in restructuring processes in the banking sector. CaixaBank will also collaborate with McKinsey in carrying out an in-depth study of the labor market at the provincial level. “This study, leveraged on the tools of the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), will pay special attention to all those regions where the restructuring will have a greater impact,” according to the entity.