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Re: Pay review 2021
« Reply #225 on: 06-09-21, 09:29PM »
Is the £50 million including our colleague discount?  :D

It will be, but also £1 trillion notes will also be in circulation.

We'll become Her Majestys Banana Republic in this scenario   :D :D :D
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Re: Pay review 2021
« Reply #226 on: 07-09-21, 11:48AM »
If you take the statement Tesco issued as if you did not work in retail but another sector the £9.55 they're blowing their trumpet at would not be seen as  a very poor hourly rate and if anyone says well it is not skilled, many council jobs are not skilled but are better paid.
Also I looked at a pay slip going back to 2014 at the difference in pay was less than £100 due to the cuts in premiums for Saturday night working.

Looks like the media forgot 29.2% minus yearly bonus taken away from staff but not management at around 3% a year for the last 4 years 12% and then the next 5 years 15% looks grim for staff it just seems to be going backwards, plus all the other little perks such as double time they have taken back what next discount card down to 5%  ;D ;D ;D 


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Re: Pay review 2021
« Reply #227 on: 07-09-21, 11:58AM »
So many things tesco taken away, free shares, enhancement from 10 pm then more after 11pm, sunday and bank holiday premium, not mention workload, at least in express. All those extra gone along with extra willingness for the company and customer.

The only thing good is pe company like  Alliance Bernstein that interested with tesco, would have to think twice if they gonna go ahead with acquisition to strip and resell even it still possible doing that.

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Re: Pay review 2021
« Reply #228 on: 07-09-21, 02:42PM »
And now the Govt are wading in - so anyone who gets paid more than about £833 per month (before tax/NI/Tax) will now be paying more NI (from April 2022) - so our 25p pay rise will be even further eroded.

Let's say you pay tax/NI and make a pension contribution (5%)

So, that 25p will now be reduced by:

20% tax
13.25% NI
5% pension

So 38.25% reduction = feel like an increase of 16p per hour!!


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Re: Pay review 2021
« Reply #229 on: 07-09-21, 03:23PM »
You realise you will be elderly one day as well.

I am happy to pay extra to help with costs.

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« Reply #230 on: 08-09-21, 02:55PM »
NIC rise is just to put into NHS not pension. One one end its good but low pay workers can't really afford it.
Big problem is that as any rise of vages doesn't attract new employees.
UK is a country of scroungers. Officially 1.3m Europeans left but unemployment did not fall (excluding any movement up/ down by 0.1%).
We Tesco staff will loose badly. Pandemy prove to that we are quite important but at the moment i see another shift to keep wages low for those who always been paid badly.
We should have no less than 10.50 per hour as base rate.
What we get next year, if economy hit 20 or even 30% average growth???


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Re: Pay review 2021
« Reply #231 on: 08-09-21, 03:05PM »
Had this argument with a bloke at work, Mate 2% of nothing is still nothing.

Our increase will negligible.