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Share Price: 78.49Bid: 78.57Ask: 78.59Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 78.27High: 79.00Low: 78.00Yesterday’s Close: 78.49


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squeky
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Today 13:09
Brown to stand down as a MP due to none attendance !!or perhaps he is worried over his deal with V Blank at HSBOS law suits may be his undoing.
 
meerkat.com
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Plumm
Today 12:36
If you were good at your job
And by the sound of it you were

My friend tells me you would have been earning circa £80000 pa

He told me the reason for lap tops being taken was to stop staff cloning the information and setting themselves up as independent IFA's

I was not there and nor was he but he did know what was going on

I too worked for lloyds for a good number of years but moved into corporate finance way back I have been retired for 6 years now Life is tough, but someone has to do it LOL

Do not worry, but do not overdose on the JK show

Oleg is shouting so must go

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Fastjet
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Plummmm
Today 12:18
Thanks for the factual info,it's nice to read facts not fiction for a change.Goodluck in your next career move,but with 25yrs redundancy payment in your back pocket that must soften the blow.Heres to hoping we have another blue week starting Monday :0)
Wids
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RE: its very sad
Today 12:04
On a brighter note, I saw Capt Pugwash chasing cut throat Jake in the English channel last week.

Tom the cabin boy looks well, Puggy is still fat as ever.
Shipmate1
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its very sad
Today 11:40
We lost some very good crew members a few months ago,
shipmate Collins ..(.Used to man the crows nest)
and my favourite Shipmate Pete { at the Helm}
at first i quite liked the extra space now i find myself wondering around the empty decks thinking who is going to be next
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i went to Asda last night ,i have not been into one for a very long time, and was shocked to discover, that they only had 2 woman encharge of over 30 tills
what as happened to all the staff
thomson
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plummmm
Today 11:35
"Too highly paid" wow! no wonder LLOY are getting rid. Sad to hear of anyone loosing job though (unless they want to go of course)
Good luck
plummmm
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carrying on...
Today 10:00
In addition,I am still employed via garden leave until 28th April as I have preferenced for VR, so have got the winter off and am getting well into Jeremy Kyle.. I just feel very sorry for the guys that have joined in the last year or so, as despicably, Lloyds were still recruiting in the role till early september, causing a good number of people to give up good jobs, only to be sacked for Christmas with two weeks money in the bin and no job.
plummmm
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meercat
Today 09:45
Pretty accurate buddy. I am, however one of the 1250, so wanted to clear up exactly what happened. It was done in regional meetings (5 for Lloyds, 1 for Halifax and 1 for BoS). We were sacked by DVD because allegedly the Mortgage and Bancassurance director wanted to speak to us in person, with the rest of the meetings (and questions) being taken by the bancassurance regional managers (under threat of redundancy themselves). w.r.t laptops, they weren't taken from us because we still have the option to preference for other jobs, though we have been told that there are no obvious jobs for us. (this is because we are too highly paid for any other branch jobs other than a few (of which there aren't many))

Enough of my personal woes (I am personally over the moon as after 25 years, the VR is something I have offered to cut my right arm off to achieve), What does this mean for the company and shares??

Short term, I reckon it can only be good as this is part of AHO's continued streamlining. However, long term, not sure that a firm laying of it's best 1000 salespeople can be good for growth and the branch network will suffer, as will the customers, reducing Lloyds offering to that of the other Banks.

Not that the long term matters to AHO and his merry men, as by the time this starts to impact the business performance, he will have moved on to the next job with even bigger wages, pension and bonuses...
meerkat.com
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Something for the weekend
Today 00:04
Speaking to a friend of mine reasonably high up in Lloyds

The 1250 IFA's that left the employee of Lloyds on Friday
It appears they were all summoned to a meeting in Peterborough
On arrival their lap tops were all taken from them
They were advised of their demise, wait for it, a video played on a screen

Now This 1250 leaving the company are not part of the 9000 that will go in due course over the next three years
Not seen as a problem since they lose some 6000 by natural wasteage each year

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Petanqueplayer
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Lego
Sat 22:21
LOL!! very camp!



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