Ireland: Lidl becomes first supermarket to adopt new Living Wage

German supermarket chain Lidl announced on 20 October that it will increase the minimum wage across its operations in Ireland to €13.85 per hour. With this move, Lidl becomes the first major employer in the country to meet the new Living Wage level set for the year 2023.

Through . Published on 21 October 2022 à 15h47 - Update on 21 October 2022 à 15h47

Some 4,200 Lidl employees are set to benefit from this pay rise, which will take effect from 1 March 2023. The other 2,000 employees have higher salaries and are not affected. According to the supermarket group, which will invest €7.5 million to implement the increase,…

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