Sainsbury's is set to boost their staff's minimum pay to £11 per hour across the UK, while those working in London will see their hourly wages rise to £11.95
Supermarket chain Sainsbury's has announced they are increasing their minimum wage to £11 per hour from February 2023.
According to the Breakroom community, Sainsbury's is currently the 3rd highest-rated supermarket to work for in the UK with the top-rated supermarkets being Waitrose, Aldi and Sainsbury's.
The pay increase puts Britain’s second-biggest supermarket chain on par with second-place Aldi. Aldi raised pay to £11 per hour this month, ahead of rivals Tesco (6th), Asda (13th) and Morrisons (14th).
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Last updated on 4 January 2023