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M&S set to raise minimum pay to £10 an hour

by LLB Reporter
16th Feb 22 3:04 pm

Marks & Spencer is  set to raise minimum pay by more than 5% to £10 an hour, the retailer announced today.

M&S will offer free health checks to workers as labour shortages force up wages across the retail and hospitality industries.

Steve Rowe, the chief executive of M&S, said: “The contribution our teams have made to support our customers and each other every day through some really challenging times has been remarkable. By once again increasing our investment into one of the best all-round reward offers for store colleagues across retail, we’re making sure that every colleague, whatever they do and wherever they work, is properly rewarded and supported at M&S.”

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