BCP ended 2021 with 6,289 workers in Portugal, 724 fewer than at the end of 2020, according to accounts released by the bank this Monday.
With a reduction in employees, BCP had a cost of 90.7 million euros last year.
At this Monday’s press conference to present the results for 2021 (profits of 138.1 million euros in 2021, 24.6% less than in 2020), the executive chairman of BCP, Miguel Maya, said that the worker exit process was “very difficult” and “demanding for the organization”but it was necessary to “guarantee the bank’s sustainability”.
As for branches, at the end of 2021, BCP had 434 branches in Portugal, 44 less than in 2020.
In the international activity, BCP service provider 743 workers (more than 500 operations in Poland) to 9,579 at the end of 2021 and 48.
There are no guarantees that the large processes have been executed. departure of thousands of workershaving occurred as main personnel at Santander Totta and BCP
Most of the workers left by agreement (termination by mutual agreement or reformed), but there were also resources specified by collective dismissal, which in the case of BCP were 23 workers, information previously disclosed.