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whats the current wage at your supermarket for those who work there? or even any other retailer do you get paid breaks? Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
whats the current wage at your supermarket for those who work there?

or even any other retailer

do you get paid breaks?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
checkouts - sainsburys - was £6.08 but gone up BY 2.5% so should be around £6.23 an hour now!!

we get paid all breaks except for 1 hour lunch. not sure on 30 min lunches tho
#2
£6 odd at tesco, depends on the department

4 hour shift = 15 mins break (paid)
6 hour shift = 30 mins break (unpaid)
8 hour shift 1 hour break (1 hour lunch)
#3
we are try something new to day - Jamie oliver

4 hour shift = 0 mins break
5 hour shift = 15 mins break
6 hour shift = 20 mins break
7 hour shift 2 x 10 mins break or 1 x 20 mins
8 hour shift 2 x 15 mins break
9 hour shift 2 x15 mins break and 1 hour lunch unpaid
#4
Dominos's Pizza pay me £5.73 an hour plus £1 per delivery
#5
Morrisons pays £6p/hour after 13 week training.

4-7 hour shift = 15 min paid break
8+ hour shift = half hour paid break and 1 hour unpaid
banned#6
chewyholls
Morrisons pays £6p/hour after 13 week training.

4-7 hour shift = 15 min paid break
8+ hour shift = half hour paid break and 1 hour unpaid


13 weeks of training???? What does that involve? Or is just a probationary period under the guise of a training period?
#7
currys.digital £5.73 per hour for regular sales staff, higher for long term (we have one lady in our store who only works 16hrs per week but is at £6.21 per hour). a lot higher for management, around £13 per hour in the really small high street stores like ours.
#8
master_chief
13 weeks of training???? What does that involve? Or is just a probationary period under the guise of a training period?


Got it in one :thumbsup: Although depending on the department there can actually be training for that lenght of time or there abouts e.g Cafe

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