Apr 2, 2020
Coronavirus: Morrisons store staff get bonus for coming into work
Morrisons is the latest supermarket to reward workers during the coronavirus crisis, with a threefold increase in bonus for the next 12 months. Morrisons: The chain says all frontline staff will receive a 6% bonus on their earnings for the next 12 months, after staff complained they were initially offered just 0.75%. The changes represent a bonus of £1,050 for a full-time worker compared to the £351 that would have been paid last year. Aldi: "Aldi has announced enhanced pay for its amazing colleagues, who have been working tirelessly throughout this extremely busy time. Store and distribution colleagues will receive a 10% bonus on hours worked, effective from 9 March 2020.". Tesco: "Tesco will be giving a 10% bonus on the hourly rate for hours worked to colleagues across its stores, distribution centres and customer engagement centres. all permanent colleagues who are currently in work will receive the increased hourly pay rate till Friday 1 May, when we will review the situation." M&S: "Our frontline colleagues across stores and supply chain who continue to work will receive an additional 15% pay reward in recognition of the work they are doing to support their teams and the national effort to help customers access the products they need during these unprecedented times."
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