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  1. ablaze

    ablaze lucky mum of one of each!

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    payrise as of monday :D lol, tht means ill earn 25p more an hour!

    and just found out tesco has the highest wages for supermarket work! a whopping £6.25....

    yes i really need 2 join college and get a higher paid job!!!!
     
  2. Jase

    Jase Well-Known Member

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    well i get £6.14p and will begetting a 3% raise sometime this year. sooooo nerrrr *sobs*
     
  3. Arcanegirl

    Arcanegirl Bazinga!!

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    Might only be 25p but better than no rise at all. itll add up at the end of the month, an extra £20 for you :D
     
  4. ablaze

    ablaze lucky mum of one of each!

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    Caroline Proud Mum of 4

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    At least u get a pay rise, i been with my boss for 5 years and only had 1 pay rise of 5 % and it was only when she found out i was looking for another job.
     
  6. ablaze

    ablaze lucky mum of one of each!

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    ive had a payrise every year sinde ive been there :shock:
     
  7. Caroline

    Caroline Proud Mum of 4

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    Sometimes think i'd 'o been better off wage wise staying at Boots although i'd be worried abouut being made redundant.

    I really hate my boss, i'm lucky myself and Andy get "discretional" sick pay. Everyone else gets nil, if we have a specified 3 months without absence we get £125, and if we go full year without time of we get a further £125.
     
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    valentine75 Proud dad

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    I do believe Aldi and Lidl both pay the highest daytime wage rate although dont hold me to that i could be wrong i think its around £7.50 an hour but it is a lot harder to find employment with them
     
  9. 2nd.Time.Daddy

    2nd.Time.Daddy Well-Known Member

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    lidl round here is nearly £9 an hour , they were advertising not so long ago and i was gobsmacked at the wage
     
  10. Arcanegirl

    Arcanegirl Bazinga!!

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    Likes to rain on ppls parades doesnt he lol! (rob that is)
    And i do believe aldi and lidl dont count as supermarkets


    Even £16 is alright, thats an extra haircut :D
     
  11. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    yeah a mate of mine was a manager of lidl part time whilst doing her A levels and was earning £27k a year
     
  12. valentine75

    valentine75 Proud dad

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    ps congrats on the pay rise does that mean your treating us all to Jimmy Chung's next time we pop over lol
     
  13. Arcanegirl

    Arcanegirl Bazinga!!

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    Fly one you!
     
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    Sinead Well-Known Member

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    I have heard though at Aldi and Lidl you have to organise you own tax and national insurance as they are classed as foriegn employers

    Sinead
     
  15. paradysso

    paradysso Well-Known Member

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    no they do it all for you.
     

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