ECB hiring may not be enough to cope with workload, says Ipso chief

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The European Central Bank's (ECB) plans to hire another 40 staff to help relieve workload placed on its current employees due to the eurozone crisis is unlikely to be sufficient, according to the top union official representing ECB employees.

"Will this be enough? Personally I doubt it," Marius Mager, president of the International and European Public Services Organisation (Ipso), told CentralBanking.com. "However, it is difficult to judge. The only way to arrive at a reasonable number would be

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