Union representation for all or part of a bank's work force does not necessarily translate into higher salaries or expenses, according to a analysis of per-employee costs at several unionized banks.

Instead, salary expenses are more likely to be determined by traditional cost-of-living needs in the area, regardless of union presence. The salaries might even be lower than at nonunionized banks, according to data from Sheshunoff Information Services.

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