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The number of transactions across CGD's various channels reached 3.2 million on the day of the strike

The number of transactions across CGD's various channels reached 3.2 million on the day of the strike

This value compares with 3 million transactions on the same day last year and with 2.6 million transactions recorded yesterday.

Caixa Geral de Depósitos made the final assessment of today's strike.

Thus, the Department of Personnel and Development (DPE) of Caixa Geral de Depósitos reveals, regarding its impact on its clients, that “commitment to the strike was not very important.”

“With regard to participation in the strike, according to the record of the DPE, the entity responsible for processing salaries at Caixa, this was not very important, as it was only a small part of the figures issued by the union structures, which are far from reality,” the bank’s statement reveals.

The number of transactions completed in the various channels of Caixa Geral de Depósitos reached 3.2 million transactions, a value compared to 3 million transactions on the same day last year and with 2.6 million transactions recorded yesterday.

“Keeping in mind the importance of customer service, CGD’s mobile platform recorded its best day ever in terms of service,” the bank adds.

CGD even says that 92% of all branches were open, covering almost the entire Portuguese population. In the case of the company's offices, it was 100% open.

Caixa Geral de Depósitos said in a statement that it “will remain committed to creating the best conditions for its employees, realizing that its human capital is essential to adopt the transformations necessary to meet the challenges facing the organization.”

Hundreds of workers protested Friday afternoon at the headquarters of Caixa Geral de Depósitos Bank. At a time when the bank's profits have increased, employees are demanding an increase in salaries commensurate with this increase in profits.

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“Since the strike is an unalienable right, however, CGD can only regret that it runs the risk of being seen as politicized,” says the bank headed by Paulo Macedo again, which finds it difficult to frame when it is “in Starting from a normal negotiation process, when the CGD discusses the largest increase proposal in the entire banking sector.