Indicator – Economy – Lidl announced a big pay rise, as basic wages at the supermarket chain jumped
The Hungarian company Lidl is implementing another wage increase, and according to the decision, the wages of warehouse and warehouse workers will be increased by an additional 10 percent. As a result of improved wages, basic wages for manual workers increased by 21-43 percent.
Lidl Hungary will implement a uniform 10 percent pay rise for store staff, manual warehouse workers, warehouse department managers and regional managers in September, the supermarket chain announced on Monday.
“The current 10% increase also means that the basic salary for manual workers, area managers and heads of warehouse departments increased in October by at least 21%, but by up to 43% compared to January,” said Judit Tozser, head of communications at Lidl. Hungary.
Managers can receive millions in salaries
Store staff salaries currently range from HUF 452,000 to HUF 587,000 with an 8-hour working relationship, while store managers earn gross salaries ranging from HUF 993,000 to HUF 1,217,000 and regional managers earn HUF 970,000 to HUF 1,570,000, it announced. Lidl Hungary.
In addition, store managers and regional managers receive a Premium category car with unlimited private use, which is fully paid for by the store chain. They added that physical workers working in logistics centers earn an average gross salary of 473,000 to 764,000 HUF.
In January, Munkahelyeink.hu prepared its Top Employers list for the second time, which determines a ranking of the best Hungarian workplaces based on employee reviews.
Based on reviews from former and current Hungarian employees, Lidl Hungary was the fifth most attractive place to work.