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Asda offers staff a pay rise for 'flexible' contract

Published on Monday 13th of March 2017 03:18:08 PM in BBC

Asda is offering staff a higher wage in exchange for a new contract which will introduce unpaid breaks and a requirement to work over Bank Holidays. The supermarket group will pay its workers £8.50 an hour, above the £7.50 National Living Wage rate due to come ...

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