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Quote from: Lozza on 04-10-22, 07:13AMApparently from the store conference all the managers went too last week, Tesco are in the final stages of agreeing an another pay rise for this year!
Quote from: happyone on 05-10-22, 08:22AMStill no pay increase for night premium
Quote from: 5fdp on 05-10-22, 08:33AMDid I miss something. No pay rise for mgrs. Cost of living must not apply to them.
Quote from: NeglectedBaker on 05-10-22, 11:12AMThat can't be true about bakers, where did that info come from?
Quote from: barafear on 04-10-22, 01:39PMLikely to be around 25p an hour I'd guess and simply a way to avoid the embarrassment of potentially being below the NLW (from April) which is likely to be announced in the next six weeks or so. So, if T do give us another pay rise - will it be like all the others and need to wait about 4 months before we get it - maybe in time for Valentines day if we're lucky!!
Quote from: username12345 on 05-10-22, 09:06AMQuote from: 5fdp on 05-10-22, 08:33AMDid I miss something. No pay rise for mgrs. Cost of living must not apply to them. Shift lead and team support are the same. I think it's terrible. They didn't even get the 5.5% that was stated on the poster for the first pay rise and now nothing this time.
Quote from: jgerry on 05-10-22, 10:49AMNo pay rise for bakers
Quote from: jgerry on 05-10-22, 11:17AMQuote from: NeglectedBaker on 05-10-22, 11:12AMThat can't be true about bakers, where did that info come from?only b/c grade colleagues
Quote from: barafear on 05-10-22, 11:08AMAll of the above "feedback" suggests that Tesco is providing this payrise out of the goodness of their heart - rather than responding to the fact that so many competitors have already announced similar "additional" pay increases - and more importantly the fact that the NLW from next April is likely to be around £10.20-£10.30 - therefore even if/though it should not come into effect until April 2023 (there's pressure for the Govt to bring it in earlier) it would still be an embarrassment for a large company like T to be "currently" paying below the soon to be "legal minimum" In recent years, the "above inflation" increases in the minimum wage have caused a squeeze on the next level of jobs (e.g. supervisor roles) because companies are not obliged to increase all pay grades by this above inflation increase - therefore, it creates this squeeze - it is a well known "side effect" of how the minimum wage works - of course, if companies had "paid all their staff fairly" for the last 5+ years, this would not be as much of an issue - but all companies (Across all industries) pay as little as they can afford/get away with. Will there be a need for Team Support when we are all replaced by automation - just need trained "self serve till/other machinery" operatives!!
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