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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #50 on: 19-01-21, 05:30PM »
think Sunday premium is going soon anyway - whether or not they put base salary to £10!!


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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #51 on: 19-01-21, 06:08PM »
Time will tell but over the years colleagues have lost a lot for peanuts!!

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #52 on: 19-01-21, 10:06PM »
£10.57 for those with 3 yr of experience plus paid breaks. So Aldis day worker will have what we earn on nights at Tesco. FFS.

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #53 on: 08-02-21, 11:26AM »
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/uk-news/wages-asda-tesco-aldi-morrisons-19785878

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #54 on: 08-02-21, 11:46AM »
£10.57 for those with 3 yr of experience plus paid breaks. So Aldis day worker will have what we earn on nights at Tesco. FFS.

I don’t see many from night shift wanting to join Aldi day shift.

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #55 on: 08-02-21, 11:48AM »
Thre is a info that Waitrose offer performance pay. I would be happy to see it at tesco. Maybe those who spend 7h filling 2-3 cages push themself to get better pay ;D

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #56 on: 08-02-21, 01:09PM »
Anyone seen the staffing levels at aldi and lidl , from what I have seen they never stop working , never seen 2 members of staff talking to each other let alone to visitors wonder what the sales ratio is compared to sales  ??? , The other thing I noticed some time ago was that not one of them seem to be over 30 years of age ,
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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #57 on: 08-02-21, 07:32PM »
Thre is a info that Waitrose offer performance pay. I would be happy to see it at tesco. Maybe those who spend 7h filling 2-3 cages push themself to get better pay ;D
I wouldn’t want performance pay to com into Tesco, especially with the culture that mangers have with favourites, now I don’t think any managers would penalise me, but I can see a lot of people loosing out on pay because their not in the right group, there’s a manager in our store who used to be on bws who would spend 90% of his shift sitting on beer through in the bond on his phone! But because he’s friendly with store manager he got fast tracked onto management and is saying he’s looking to go onto senior training, less than 2 years with company. He’s completely useless as a manager.
Some staff do bugger al but because they are friendly with managers with can do no wrong, and then some staff who work their asses of, but don’t get on with managers  get picked up on for every little thing
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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #58 on: 08-02-21, 07:39PM »
Tesco does teach hard work doesn't pay, it's who you know.

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #59 on: 08-02-21, 08:15PM »
Thre is a info that Waitrose offer performance pay. I would be happy to see it at tesco. Maybe those who spend 7h filling 2-3 cages push themself to get better pay ;D

At Waitrose you'd probably also have the pleasure of not having to work around or serve the Wayne and Waynetta Slob family who come in 5 at a time during a pandemic when asked to come in alone, eating and drinking and making loads of noise then discarding their rubbish across random shelves. I would expect that waitrose attracts a slightly more refined clientele. You can't put a price on that.

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #60 on: 08-02-21, 09:07PM »


  in which case would it not be better that you went and worked at ,,, rather than at tesco in which the average working class family shop , and who happen to pay your salary ? But be careful they are due to close some stores due to the drop in snobs shopping in them and the Wayne and ,, not being welcomed ,,,,,,

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Re: New pay rise
« Reply #61 on: 08-02-21, 09:31PM »
Anyone seen the staffing levels at aldi and lidl , from what I have seen they never stop working , never seen 2 members of staff talking to each other let alone to visitors wonder what the sales ratio is compared to sales  ??? , The other thing I noticed some time ago was that not one of them seem to be over 30 years of age ,

If you see the reviews at Aldi and the Aldi graduate scheme, starting salary £44k a year and a BMW M3, rising in increments to £78k a year, what they don't tell you is that the BMW M3 is a BIK so royally screws you for tax and it's a 48 hour a week contract with no paid overtime, 70+ hour work weeks are common, reviews say staff turnover is breathtakingly high, beware all that glistens, Aldi and Lidl also have been notoriously anti-union, if you think Tesco is bad, (and it is) the employment law breaking levels at Aldi are enough to make an employment law tribunal judge blush, work conditions have been referenced to as like being at an internment camp. This by the way is for Area Manager roles, it gets no better lower down, you're paid well but they more than take their pound of flesh.