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Marks & Spencer is a retailer. They sell clothing, homeware and food.

What's the average pay for a team manager at Marks & Spencer?

The average pay for a team manager at Marks & Spencer is between £25.0k and £29.9k per year.

The top paying employers for retail and sales supervisors are John Lewis & Partners, EE and Tesco.

Last updated 22 September 2023

What is the Real Living Wage?

The Real Living Wage is a voluntary rate employers can sign up to that is based on the real cost of living.

Location Real Living Wage
London £11.95
Rest of the UK £10.90

What is the legal minimum wage?

The minimum wage is the legal minimum you must be paid per hour.

Age group Legal minimum wage
Under 18 £5.28
18-20 £7.49
21-22 £10.18
23 or older £10.42

How we know this

Based on data from 51 people who took the Breakroom Quiz between September 2022 and September 2023.

Who pays retail and sales supervisors the most?

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What are retail and sales supervisors saying about pay at Marks & Spencer?

  • Best thing


    Worst thing

    Don’t get listened to the managers treat you bad customers treat you bad aswell environment is not clean can’t take sick with pay you don’t get paid for it so hard to book holiday often declined


    Marks & Spencer Customer service, July 2023

  • Best thing

    The pay is good, however not much better than any other retailer

    Worst thing

    Where to start...
    My coworkers were bullies and management were not interested in helping to sort out the problem
    Management were never on the shop floor
    Work was long and stressful as it is, and new policies would regularly come in, for example, a 50% cut in our close down time
    You start on temp contract, it gets refreshed 3x before getting made permeant. I never saw any contract beyond my first, even though changes were made
    When you leave, they deliberately overpay you, wait 2-3 months before claiming back money. Not good for students, who maybe don't understand how the already overcomplicated pay system works


    Marks & Spencer Customer assistant, June 2023

  • Best thing

    Sick pay, staff discount & other employees other than management are good

    Worst thing

    Management, management, management - they bullies.


    Marks & Spencer Customer assistant, May 2023

  • Best thing

    the pay is lovely, the people are really helpful and the job isn’t very hard

    Worst thing

    it can get very repetitive


    Marks & Spencer Employee, May 2023

  • Best thing

    My colleagues for the most part are lovely to work with and the pay is pretty good.

    Worst thing

    The managers treat us with no respect and will be rude to us in front of customers and other staff as if trying to embarrass us. They also dump their jobs on us so they can do nothing but get paid more. They make it difficult to change shifts and even make you feel bad for taking sick days (which is also unpaid!) and have a meeting with you after each one to ask how sick you were and tell you you should've come in. They do the bare minimum such as the minimum legal amount of breaks alongside maximum legal shift lengths, sometimes even exceeding the legal lengths as many of the staff are under 18. I haven't spoken to a single person working there that doesn't hate their job. The pay system is also messed up, and none of the managers seem to even know how it works as we get paid in advanced for a few weeks then paid for the week before and any overtime from months ago. This seems to be done so we can't check if we've been paid the correct amount.


    Marks & Spencer Customer assistant, April 2023

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