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Started by yeetus, 29-03-22, 08:30PM
Quote from: madness on 31-05-22, 10:25AMThat is not how pay increasess work. 6% this year and 4% next year does not make it 10% now.
Quote from: Morris999 on 31-05-22, 08:56PMSo your now earning about £146 per hour?No wonder our taxes are so high And yet your here most days posting about your past experiences in express and how it's the same in every format, even though you have no experience in the other formats or how the processes work and have changed since you were made redundant a few years ago.
Quote from: NightAndDay on 31-05-22, 07:24PMHere's the kicker, for years, since time began, the model has always been to state pay rises in % terms, by virtue of Tesco paying peanuts, a showboating 10.57% increase is actually peanuts when you consider the following salient facts.1. Most hourly paid colleagues are part time, meaning the annual nominal value of the increase isn't that much.And2. 10.57% of £10 an hour is £1.057 an hour, in comparison in my job I got a 2.1% increase, 5x less in percent terms than the 10.57% increase stated, but my 2.1% increase in nominal terms is an additional £3 an hour give or take.Add to this 10.57% would be "inflation beating" whilst mine would be a real terms pay cut...The principle value absolutely should be taken into consideration in many contexts.
Quote from: King1999 on 24-05-22, 12:36PMJust been briefed on it no redundancy on the table,make meaningful shifts for stock controllers what ever that means.The place is a complete and utter joke.The last bit of caring about my job has well and truly gone.
Quote from: barafear on 07-06-22, 04:11PM......................................Hope this makes us all proud to work for T3sco.
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