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Started by Dundonald, 12-01-24, 10:39PM
Quote from: Morris999 on 17-01-24, 10:56AMIf CA pay goes to £12+ in April it will put Shift leaders on a little less per month than a large percentage of TM's!if the shift leader then gets paid for their early day or any breaks, they will be taking home more than the TM's, and that's before any overtime the shift leader does!This will be the case till probably end of july.No shift leader with anything about them will progress under those circumstances.The company is already having to pay a larger % of external TM's £33k+ just to fill vacancies, you can imagine how that's going down with long term TM's who are finding themselves at the bottom of the pay scale, knowing SL's will soon be on pretty much the same wage!It's why i personally think there will either be big pay rises for TM's this year or the CA pay rise will be in 2 stages to not only get rid of sunday premiums but to try and hoodwink TM's into thinking they got a good deal when in reality they didn't.
Quote from: Attilla on 19-01-24, 09:40AMIs this speculation or fact that store managers get a Bonus? Also those store that had some kinda gift, voucher goody bag at Christmas. Where did the funds come from to pay for them? I e had nothing for five Christmas on the trot , along with other colleagues
Quote from: Raven on 19-01-24, 11:55AMQuote from: Attilla on 19-01-24, 09:40AMIs this speculation or fact that store managers get a Bonus? Also those store that had some kinda gift, voucher goody bag at Christmas. Where did the funds come from to pay for them? I e had nothing for five Christmas on the trot , along with other colleagues I've no idea about manager's bonus'.USDAWs facebook page had someone asking about Christmas budgets / colleague christmas bonus just before Christmas. The thread was closed down pretty quickly (as is any thread which results in colleagues posting anything negative - pay threads etc). From what I gather though, it seems that each store gets a per person Christmas budget to spend as the store sees fit... presumably things like buffets, raffles, etc come out of that, as well as any actual gifts to colleagues. I can't say for sure though (hopefully someone else does actually know how it works).The year before last I got nothing; and when I commented about how the small packet of chocolates I got this time was better than the absolutely nothing I'd got the previous one, some of my colleagues said they'd actually got more the previous year (full crates of beer / lager). Not sure if my portion of the budget was spent on store favourites that year.
QuoteCelebrationWe are giving you the most flexibility for usage of your celebration budgets, so whether you want to have abuffet, provide a pizza night, give goody bags or hold a free prize draw, the choice is yours. Having a storeClubcard in place will also help make the budgets go further.Your Celebration budget is £6 per head if used through paid out or £8 per head if used through transfers. Yourtotal amounts will be shared with you in Week 37.Reminder: This budget is a per head amount to celebrate with all colleagues in your team.
Quote from: Attilla on 19-01-24, 10:19AMOnly way to make the Union take notice of its membership is a mass resignation. As an organisation they couldn't afford the financial hit. This however, will not happen. Let's be honest we're now little more than minimum wage employees. The government do a better job representing us than the Union
Quote from: Raven on 02-02-24, 09:59AMOn the USDAW facebook page last night someone was asking about the "4% bonus in June" and they were told bonus payments are only for salaried staff as we "gave up our bonus to have it incorporated into our hourly pay instead". You'd expect hourly pay to be somewhat higher than the average if it has bonus pay incorporated into it.
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