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    (Original post by otu1987)
    Paid. You will be taxed just like anyone else.
    I thought there was a minimum amount you must earn before you are taxed?

    Reguarding the sainsburys pay, on the Friday which you are due to get paid should you also be paid for any hours which you have done during the week of that Friday? (E.g Sunday which Sainsburys sees as the first day of the week)

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    (Original post by Mousebudden)
    I work an 8 hours shift, during which I get 30 minutes break. Is the break paid or unpaid?
    Also, as I am under 18 I shouldn't face any tax deductions right?

    Thanks a lot.
    Tax isn't based on age. If you earn under the tax-free allowance then you won't be taxed. If you do you will.

    You may be taxed on emergency tax while they sort out your tax code but you can claim that back.
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    Ah Induction tomorrow. Does anyone know what they mean by bank details.
    This will be my first job so I have no idea.

    Thanks in advance.
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    (Original post by Mousebudden)
    I thought there was a minimum amount you must earn before you are taxed?

    Reguarding the sainsburys pay, on the Friday which you are due to get paid should you also be paid for any hours which you have done during the week of that Friday? (E.g Sunday which Sainsburys sees as the first day of the week)

    Thanks

    Thank you mate. Would you also be able to clear up my other query for me? Cheers.
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    (Original post by Saliency)
    Ah Induction tomorrow. Does anyone know what they mean by bank details.
    This will be my first job so I have no idea.

    Thanks in advance.
    Bank account number. Maybe the sort code as well - can't remember exactly, it's been two years since I had to give mine :p:
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    Reguarding the sainsburys pay, on the Friday which you are due to get paid should you also be paid for any hours which you have done during the week of that Friday? (E.g Sunday which Sainsburys sees as the first day of the week)

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    (Original post by Mousebudden)
    Reguarding the sainsburys pay, on the Friday which you are due to get paid should you also be paid for any hours which you have done during the week of that Friday? (E.g Sunday which Sainsburys sees as the first day of the week)

    Thanks
    No. The Saturday before is the cut-off point. Everything you earn after that gets carried over to the next payday.
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    Thanks for clearing that up buddy. Repped
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    You'll probably be put on 647L. I think I've just been taxed for the first time But I have been earning a lot.
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    (Original post by Mousebudden)
    I thought there was a minimum amount you must earn before you are taxed?

    Reguarding the sainsburys pay, on the Friday which you are due to get paid should you also be paid for any hours which you have done during the week of that Friday? (E.g Sunday which Sainsburys sees as the first day of the week)

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    I thought Saturday was the start of the week?
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    (Original post by Foulish)
    I thought Saturday was the start of the week?
    Nah, Sunday. That's why the timesheets for the week start on Sunday.
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    I appear to have been underpaid by 7.5hrs of work (nearly £60!)!! I have worked at sainsburys for just over a year and have never been underpaid before! Will have to get my payslip tomorrow and see whats been going on!
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    i think i got underpaid by £1 :rofl:
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    Hello I had my till training today which was slightly interesting but I think i learnt the most in the half an hour i was let loose with aactual customers, I had a supervisor behind me though so not too scary. I've got 4 hours on my own tomorrow though i think But i'll survive
    One question, today my trainer told me that they were changing the pay rates for under 18s and it was all going to be the same or something? I didn't ask much else as we were both just leaving but i thought someone on here may know more and could enlighten me?
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    (Original post by Katie-27)
    Hello I had my till training today which was slightly interesting but I think i learnt the most in the half an hour i was let loose with aactual customers, I had a supervisor behind me though so not too scary. I've got 4 hours on my own tomorrow though i think But i'll survive
    One question, today my trainer told me that they were changing the pay rates for under 18s and it was all going to be the same or something? I didn't ask much else as we were both just leaving but i thought someone on here may know more and could enlighten me?
    Basically, after probation (i think), you will get the same rate as the over 18's. It's a new thing that has just been anounced, which makes it fairer tbh.
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    what!!!! great, I just worked a year on the under 18 wage (like £1.60 an hour less than over 18s!) grrr lol. when is it coming in?
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    Great news!
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    I'm not sure under 18s getting paid the same is completely right, unless they give everyone the extended breaks (my store tends to).
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    i really want to complain about one of our team leaders but i don't know how. i don't want to get even more hassle from them if they knew it was me, too.
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    (Original post by inksplodge)
    i really want to complain about one of our team leaders but i don't know how. i don't want to get even more hassle from them if they knew it was me, too.
    Go to the next step up. If you don't trust them, go to the one above them. The whistle blowing policy should ensure confidentiality.
 
 
 
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