The Lloyds Banking Group confirmed on Tuesday it would cut more than 6,000 jobs in the repair, but said it would create 8,000 new roles as it moves to digitize its operations.
It is assumed that Lloids believes that most of the staff will be redundant to secure new positions.
However, unite unite warned of plummeting morale of staff at the lender and called for a guarantee that there would be no forcible release.
Lloids has already weakened 50,000 employees and closed 500 affiliates in the last few years. Now we will find a location in Gillingham in Kent, along with hundreds of jobs.
The Lloyds Banking Group spokeswoman said: "Lloyds Banking Group today announced that it will create additional c.2000 roles, as it strengthens its ability to offer customers the latest and latest digital banking products and services.
"The Group invests further digitization of the bank and refreshes some existing roles and creates new roles within its structure, and also provides a comprehensive retraining for colleagues to help them build their capabilities to meet the demands of these future roles.
Lloids said the latest announcement was part of the £ 3 billion commitment it made to invest heavily in technology and staffing.
The bank posted a profit of 1.8 billion pounds in the last quarter, but continues with plans to cut costs and adjust its business.
The unification of national officer Rob MacGregor said that uncertainty for loyal employees is complex.
"This latest announcement will undoubtedly affect the morale of the staff they had to endure after a circle of jobs, closure of branches and constant turmoil," he said.
"News on additional jobs will prove to be a bitter pill for workers closing down the Lloyd's Gillingham site. These hardworking workers are faced with limited mobility capabilities, while other workers across the country can effectively quit jobs because they are unable to travel or move where new roles are found.
"Unite will suppress Lloids to guarantee non-mandatory technological surpluses and ensure that staff who embark on new roles get the support and skills that enable them to continue providing the best possible customer service."