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Waitrose & Partners is a supermarket chain in the UK.waitrose.com
What's the average pay for a manager at Waitrose & Partners?
The average pay for a manager at Waitrose & Partners is between £11.42 and £23.63 per hour.
The top paying employers for retail store and shop managers are Central England Co-operative Food, Amazon and H&M.
Last updated 6 April 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|
|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|
|23 or older||£10.42|
How we know this
Based on data from 32 people who took the Breakroom Quiz between November 2019 and April 2023.
Who pays retail store and shop managers the most?
- Central England Co-operative Food Pay £17.26–20.71 per hour
- Amazon Pay £6.97–23.99 per hour
- H&M Pay £14.59–19.72 per hour
- Wolseley Pay £11.97–22.79 per hour
- Co-op Food Pay £11.99–20.10 per hour
- Lidl Pay £12.25–24.04 per hour
- Waitrose & Partners Pay £11.42–23.63 per hour
- Iceland Pay £11.77–20.19 per hour
- New Look Pay £11.05–18.40 per hour
- Smyths Toys Pay £10.36–19.71 per hour
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What are retail store and shop managers saying about pay at Waitrose & Partners?
Very laid back and the hours suit me for now. Pay is great for the job I do
Long hours, manual work So i always feel tired. Work in night shifts make it hard for my to have a life outside of work
Waitrose & Partners Team leader, May 2023
the pay, especially as a student. great benefits, always opportunities to progress within the partnership.
difficulty to change rota, difficulty of booking holiday for summer and the winter holidays
Waitrose & Partners Supermarket assistant, April 2023
the long hours and rude people
Waitrose & Partners Employee, March 2023
The pay is very good.
Partners look out and look after you when you need help and support.
Getting to know the customers very well.
Learning new skills, gaining more experience and buliding up confidence
Dealing with difficult customers.
Store gets very busy over the weekend.
Sometimes managers can get very misleading towards others.
Not getting enough time for breaks
Waitrose & Partners Supermarket assistant, January 2023
Learning about partnership
Same people take advantage of sick pay and lazy people
Waitrose & Partners Warehouse operative, November 2022