The bank, part-owned by the taxpayer, said the cuts were part of 15,000 previously announced reductions. But the Unite union urged the bank to stop its "salami-slicing" of jobs.
The cuts bring the number of jobs lost at Lloyds to about 30,000 since the banking crisis unfolded in 2008, said Unite. A national officer,
"There should be no more job cuts, given that LBG persists in continuing to exploit cheaper resources offshore.
"Unite questions whether LBG is living up to its own job security agreements as it would appear that an extraordinary number of colleagues are working overtime to make ends meet which, at a time of job losses, should not be happening."
The bank, 24.9% owned by the taxpayer, said 175 of the job losses would be mitigated by the release of temporary agency staff and other measures.
A statement said: "The group's policy is always to use natural turnover and to redeploy people wherever possible.
"Where it is necessary for employees to leave, it will look to achieve this by offering voluntary redundancy.
"Compulsory redundancies will always be a last resort. Since the strategic review in 2011 only around a third of role reductions have led to people leaving the group through redundancy." PA
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