Jun 23, 2017
Tesco is raising store staff pay by 10.5% over two years
Hourly pay rates for Tesco store staff will rise by 10.5% over the next two years, the supermarket has said. Pay remains lower than at Aldi and Lidl and overtime pay on Sundays and Bank Holidays is being cut. The pay rise will put Tesco workers' pay above the £7.90 level that the National Living Wage is expected to reach by 2018. Aldi recently announced a rise in hourly pay to £8.53 an hour; Lidl's website says it pays store staff £8.45 an hour. "This reward package sees our biggest investment in store pay for a decade, and gives colleagues a sustainable pay deal that rewards them for everything they do, while allowing us to also attract new talent," said Tesco UK chief executive, Matt Davies.
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