All major supermarkets have increased wages for their staff, with companies including Aldi, Lidl, Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsbury’s raising wages this year
Supermarkets are raising wages for workers, with Morrisons just announcing a raise for 80,000 workers.
Morrisons is raising wages for thousands of workers to a minimum of £10.20 an hour – the highest of any of its competitors for jobs outside of London.
The supermarket says this is 2% more than the £10 an hour they were previously paying.
Morrisons has also raised the minimum wage for London staff – which covers all shops within the M25 – to £11.05 an hour.
But Morrisons is just one supermarket that recently raised wages.
This is how all supermarkets compare when it comes to wages.
Morrisons – £10.20
That Morrisons The salary increase will take effect in October.
Staff currently paid £10 an hour will be paid £10.20 under the new deal.
Workers in London’s Morrisons supermarkets are being paid £11.05 an hour to reflect the higher cost of living in the capital.
Asda – £10.10
Asda will raise its pay rates for store staff to £10.10 an hour from July.
Asda workers are currently paid £9.66 an hour.
Staff in London now get £10.83, increasing to £11.27 in July.
Tesco – £10.10
tesco Hourly rates for store workers will rise to £10.10 on 24 July.
Those employees are now paid £9.55 an hour.
Meanwhile, staff in London will be paid £10.78 an hour from 24 July, down from £9.55 now.
Aldi – £10.10
workers at Aldi get £10.10 an hour or £11.55 in London.
The discounter increased his wages in February this year.
Before that, it paid staff £9.55 an hour – or £11.07 in London.
Lidl – £10.10
starting salary for Lidl Increase in staff in March 2022 up to £10.10 per hour or £11.30 within the capital.
Salaries for senior staff have also increased to £11.40 and £12.25 respectively outside and within London.
Marks & Spencer – £10
Marks & Spencer will pay its employees £10 an hour from April, up from £9.50 previously.
Within the capital, a Marks & Spencer worker can expect to pay £11.25, compared with £10.75 previously.
Sainsbury’s – £10
Sainsbury’s employees deserve it £10 an hour since March when her wage increased from £9.50.
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Employees in outer London are now paid £10.50 per hour or £11.05 for inner London.
The living wage – set by the Living Wage Foundation Charity but not mandatory – is at least £9.90 an hour outside of London, or £11.05 in the capital.
The Living Wage Foundation charity works out what they think workers should be paid based on what the average person can live on.
Around 10,000 employers now pay the living wage.
The living wage is higher than the national living wage, formerly known as the “minimum wage”, which is set by the government.
The national living wage is £9.18 an hour for workers aged 21-22, £9.50 for those over 23 and £4.81 for apprentices.
Last month The Mirror reported that workers are suffering the biggest wage drop since 2013 as unions criticized the government for being “inactive” on the matter.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), wages fell by 1.2% between January and March.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/aldi-tesco-lidl-morrisons-asda-27221995 Aldi, Tesco, Lidl, Morrisons and Asda wages are rising, while supermarkets are raising wages