Aug 12, 2021

Pret a Manger makes staff pay cuts permanent

Pret a Manger has told its staff that a temporary pay cut will now be made permanent as trade remains "Significantly below" pre-Covid levels. Pret declined to comment on whether staff were planning to walk out. A spokesman for Pret said there would be a pay review in April next year. Pret has tried to counter the drop in trade by introducing new lines of business such as its coffee subscription service, allowing customers up to five cups of coffee a day for a £20 monthly fee. Since the beginning of pandemic, Pret has closed 39 shops in the UK, as well as 33 EAT outlets, which it also owns.

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