Aldi increases pay to at least £13.18 for all their warehouse staff

Aldi is increasing its pay rates for around 7,000 warehouse workers across the UK from February 2023.

Supermarket chain Aldi had already increased pay twice for hourly-paid warehouse workers in the last 12 months.

Aldi is currently the second highest-rated supermarket to work at according to the Breakroom community with a rating of 7.1. The highest-rated supermarket is Waitrose and Partners with a current rating of 7.3

Warehouse selectors, which is one of the most common distribution centre roles, will now receive a new minimum hourly rate of £13.18 an hour an increase of 14.8%.

The warehouse wage increase follows Aldi’s recent pay rise for their store assistants which came into effect earlier this month. With Aldi now paying a minimum of £11.90, and £12.75, within the M25.

Aldi is one of the only supermarkets to pay breaks and claims that this is worth an additional £871 a year for the average store worker.

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Last updated on 23 January 2023