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    Ooh.. I've got an interview Just need to book it. Fingers crossed!
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    (Original post by inksplodge)
    Pay is the same across the store, it just relates to age. £6.07 is for over 18s starting rate...

    I can imagine pushing trolleys is ok - no customers to deal with but like, it's cold outside and stuff so :tongue:
    Are you sure? Counters staff get an extra £1 in my store, as do online drivers. Because their work is "skilled"
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    (Original post by Foulish)
    Are you sure? Counters staff get an extra £1 in my store, as do online drivers. Because their work is "skilled"
    Online drivers at our store, get 50p per hour they actually drive (i.e. not stacking totes) and £6.07 is only starting, its goes upto £6.23 after probation, then upto £6.87/93 if you can prove you are adding more to Sainsburys at your review.
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    How do we find out what our hourly pay is, is it on our payslips? I'm sure when I started just over a year ago I was on £6.50/60 or 70 something an hour? I'm over 18 though? Ive got pension & union coming out my wages & cant remember exactly what those cost, so cant really work it out.
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    (Original post by Foulish)
    Are you sure? Counters staff get an extra £1 in my store, as do online drivers. Because their work is "skilled"
    Do your pharmacy staff have the same raise? It seems like they should as they have to be properly trained on an RPSGB course and have large responsibilities.
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    (Original post by Spazzycazzy)
    How do we find out what our hourly pay is, is it on our payslips? I'm sure when I started just over a year ago I was on £6.50/60 or 70 something an hour? I'm over 18 though? Ive got pension & union coming out my wages & cant remember exactly what those cost, so cant really work it out.
    It's not directly on your payslip, but you can divide your pay by the number of hours worked in order to work it out :p:
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    (Original post by estel)
    It's not directly on your payslip, but you can divide your pay by the number of hours worked in order to work it out :p:
    LOL yes, but I dont know how much I pay on my pension each month, & the USDAW payment that comes out too. So it wont be very accurate will it!
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    (Original post by Longorefisher)
    Do your pharmacy staff have the same raise? It seems like they should as they have to be properly trained on an RPSGB course and have large responsibilities.
    I think you are paid a salary if your a pharmasist, rather than p/h
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    (Original post by Spazzycazzy)
    LOL yes, but I dont know how much I pay on my pension each month, & the USDAW payment that comes out too. So it wont be very accurate will it!
    Surely it will show the net pay before your payments actually get deducted?
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    (Original post by Foulish)
    I think you are paid a salary if your a pharmasist, rather than p/h
    No I meant the pharmacy assistants. I would auto. assume that the pharmacists would be on salaries.
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    (Original post by Foulish)
    Are you sure? Counters staff get an extra £1 in my store, as do online drivers. Because their work is "skilled"
    Well at our store they've got a sheet of paper with pay rates on and it says they're all the same... (as in it just says starting rate- £6.07 for 18+, and whatever it is for under 18) You've just got premiums etc on the top. Well that's what I get from it anyway!!
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    (Original post by Spazzycazzy)
    LOL yes, but I dont know how much I pay on my pension each month, & the USDAW payment that comes out too. So it wont be very accurate will it!
    It says all that on your payslip, and it says your basic pay without any deductions, so divide that by your hours and you will have how much you earn per hour!
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    pay day is next week right? :woo:
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    Next friday!
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    wahey. i'm mentally spending my pennies already.
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    I've finished paying my car insurance now as well, so its my money this month!!!
    Roll on next Friday!
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    woot! i want to learn to drive ...
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    I think its really rubbish that I have to find cover for a shift i'm not contracted to do. I work on Sundays even though I am not contracted but cannot do this sunday, so spoke to them and they said I would have to find cover. Ggr!
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    Next Friday? So soon?
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    (Original post by Absurd)
    Next Friday? So soon?
    :yep: :woo:

    Has anyone else got the rascal newspaper handsets now?
 
 
 
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