There was good news for Lidl employees as the popular supermarket chain confirmed that it has increased minimum wage to match that of the National Minimum wage.
In announcement made via Twitter, the company confirmed that 16% of its workforce currently on minimum wage will now receive €11.90 per hour.
Lidl also no employee currently working for them will receive less than this rate even though the vast majority of its staff currently recieve a higher rate.
We’re pleased to be the first supermarket in Ireland to commit to a €11.90 minimum hourly rate for our employees, in line with the latest ‘Living Wage’! The change will benefit 16% of employees, while all other employees working in Lidl already earn in excess of the Living Wage. pic.twitter.com/9zgaejMFlw
— Lidl Ireland (@lidl_ireland) November 5, 2018
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