The staff at the European Central Bank are not a happy bunch. This from the FT’s Frankfurt correspondent James Wilson:
While it grapples with the eurozone economic crisis from Greece to Ireland, the European Central Bank is also confronting a problem within its Frankfurt headquarters: staff anger at the extra workload because of the crisis.
IPSO, the union among ECB staff, has written to bank president Mario Draghi to warn of risks to the bank from a growing number of long-term absences and stress-related illness. It wants the bank to take on more staff.
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