Staff at Lloyds Bank won’t get rewards during the current year after the pandemic hit benefits at the moneylender.
It said the choice was not an impression of the work its representatives had done for the current year and that lower-paid staff will get pay transcends expansion.
Investors were told in an update on Thursday originally announced by the Financial Times.
The bank won’t meet the base edge of benefit for 2020 to make the payouts.
The bank has said before that if benefit for 2020 was over 20% beneath its objective rewards would be dropped.
The moneylender will report 2020’s profit on 24 February.
“In 2021 we’re making above-swelling pay increments for a large portion of our kin and these will be intended for those associates on lower pay,” the bank said in an articulation.
“Given our normal degrees of productivity for 2020, we can’t pay bunch execution offer (or extra) grants to our kin during the current year.
“This choice on rewards not the slightest bit mirrors the difficult work and responsibility our kin have made all through this uncommon year to keep our organizations working emphatically and to offer help a lot to our shopper and business clients.”