The Canadian Press

2013-04-11 | RBC-Workers

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Royal Bank's chief executive Gord Nixon issued a public apology following a backlash after Canadian information technology workers at the bank complained they were being replaced by foreign workers, some of whom were being brought to Canada for training by the bank's contractor, iGate. Canadian Press reporter Lori Paris had this report.

Date: 2013-04-11
Placeline: Toronto, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 30 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << RBC chief executive Gordon Dickson says the bank should have been more sensitive adding all the impacted workers will be offered comparable job opportunities within the bank RBC is also reviewing its supplier arrangements and policies the apology stems from public backlash after some employees complained they were losing their jobs and being forced to train replacement brought into Canada under temporary foreign work permits RBC says it had outsource the work to an Indian company which brought in the workers for training Laurie Paris the Canadian press Toronto >>

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