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Mercadona or Lidl: which multinational pays its employees better in 2023?

Date: April 15, 2024 Time: 19:10:21

The Valencian supermarket chain, Mercadona, appeared at the beginning of the year with a salary increase of 5.8% for its more than 96,000 workers in Spain. This increase in the salary of its employee miles coincided with the inflation rate that closed last December. A supermarket chain cashier or stocker receives a starting salary of 1,507 euros gross per month during his first year of work in a store. However, it increases until it reaches four years of seniority, when it starts to earn about 2,009.92 euros gross per month, as established in its collective agreement.

However, the company chaired by its majority shareholder, Juan Roig, is not the only one that adds a bit as far as payroll is concerned. Lidl agreed with the unions to raise 7% of its more than 15,500 workers in our country and, at least, 16.5% until 2025. Although there is still more, because the German company incorporates a wage review clause for the first time depending on the CPI, being able to reach up to salary increases of up to 19% in the next four years. And it is that the trend continues in this sector of professionals.

Consum announced at the end of the year that it was also raising the salaries of its employees by 9%, which is directly reflected in the payroll of more than 9,000 people. On the other hand, in the case of Supermercados DIA, an increase of between 8% and 12% was agreed with the unions. In addition, it will activate special additional extraordinary bonuses for the full validity of the Agreement. The first of these will affect workers who will have a fixed annual salary equal to or less than 23,847 euros, who will receive an extraordinary bonus of 350 euros, the company has detailed. In addition, an exceptional extraordinary bonus was agreed, linked to a certain level of results in the year 2024.

How much does a Mercadona ATM charge in 2023?

Mercadona store staff, who have been working in one of their stores for less than a year, will go from 1,543 euros gross to 1,620.95 euros when the second year is reached. This also occurs once it is exceeded in three years, whose amounts vary from 1,712.55 euros to 1,810.16 euros. Finally, once the four years are reached, it goes from 1,901.55 euros gross per month to 2,009.92 euros.

Now, in the event that you get a part-time job, the amounts vary:

If you work 15 hours a week: 565 euros gross per month. If you work 20 hours a week: 753 euros gross per month.

How much Lild worker of 2023?

The German multinational sets a minimum wage for each Professional Group, that is, depending on whether they belong to one of their jobs, as established in article 26 of the last collective agreement, the resolution of which was published in the BOE on 31 August 2022

In addition, for this year a bonus of 25% of the Group Base Salary is received for each hour worked during the night period, that is, between ten at night and six in the morning, unless the salary has been established considering that the work is night by its very nature.

In the case of cashiers, stock clerks and warehouse waiters (Group III): the salary for each hour worked amounts to 9.43 euros, while the annual salary is set at 16,927 euros. In the case of those responsible, as in the case of Store Manager Assistants (Group II), the hour is paid at 12.46 euros, with an annual payroll of 22.366 euros, while Store Assistants (Group II), They have 10.86 euros per hour, while the annual is 19,171 euros.

Regarding the extraordinary payments, they will be paid at a rate of fourteen equal payments: twelve monthly payments and two extraordinary ones, one in the month of June and another in the month of December. However, by individual agreement, annually, workers may request to prorate the payment in twelve or fourteen monthly installments.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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