BOK apologises over driver, guards salaries

The Bank of Korea has apologized for giving high salaries to drivers and guards stationed at its headquarters and promised to streamline its organization, The Korea Herald reported Monday 2 October.

The move followed state auditors calls for restructuring of the central bank, saying its fat paychecks for some employees are causing social disparity, the report said.

``We are very sorry for causing concern to the public about our payroll," the bank is quoted as saying in a statement. ``We will im

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