German digital bank N26 faces outcry from staff over management


Valentin Stalf, founder and CEO of N26, speaks on stage at the Digital Life Design innovation conference.

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German digital bank N26 is grappling with discontent from some of its employees, who are trying to organize a works council to express their concerns with management.

Staff at the Berlin-headquartered fintech company are due to hold votes on Thursday and Friday to elect a board for the works council, which aims to represent workers in meetings with employers.

This move was met with fierce opposition from N26’s management, with the company filing a court order to prevent their meetings from happening. But on Thursday, the employees…


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