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Quote from: Charlie Harper on 17-11-22, 07:34PMQuote from: 5fdp on 17-11-22, 04:11PMIf you had bothered to read the recent pay rise info. The company had already stated that the next pay rise would be looked at in jan 23 and given by April. Therefore, they knew this was on the cards. Its no surprise to them.I've seen nothing about it being agreed, done & dusted & in place by April. Yes, Spring was mentioned, but I'd bet they thought this £10.30 was gonna carry them past April 5th & buy them a bit of time...why do it otherwise?
Quote from: 5fdp on 17-11-22, 04:11PMIf you had bothered to read the recent pay rise info. The company had already stated that the next pay rise would be looked at in jan 23 and given by April. Therefore, they knew this was on the cards. Its no surprise to them.
Quote from: barafear on 19-11-22, 07:29AMhttps://employeebenefits.co.uk/tesco-launches-pay-advance-scheme-for-staff/For Penguin. The details are on Our Tesco, but difficult to post links to that. Here's how it's been reported.
Quote from: Simonlyckntract on 19-11-22, 10:02AMAny manager who is just over the 26k pay threshold has been given nothing for the cost of living when I asked just told performance related only ? Why am I paying a Union to negotiate my wages when they don't ? I think managers should pay less Union fees as we are not getting what other members are. As colleagues get represented What will happen when I can't afford my mortgages everyone else is striking it is beyond a joke the cost of living affects everyone.
Quote from: londoner83 on 29-11-22, 07:17AMDon't think nights will fully go in every store, but there are certainly loads that could easily be filled early morning/twilight.If you look at management, why on a Sunday can a store run with 2-3 managers when takings £ per hour are often at the highest, yet on a Tuesday/Wednesday stores run with 2-3 times that level of management.Finally colleague pay is now largely driven by minimum wage legislation. Do Tesco want to control wage costs and stick to the bare minimum and have constant labour turnover as people leave for better paid roles elsewhere or pay a premium above minimum wage in the hope of attracting a more loyal workforce?
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