JCB love-in

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    Bigbrother
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    What’s the crack ?

    £11.65 is not a good hourly wage. £24000pa based on a 40 hour week.
    Looking at the job advert it’s also “up to £11.65”. Come on Wrexham.com you’re better than this.

    #207362

    AMA Express
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    It’s not bad considering the NMW is £8.91. Although I doubt very much that anyone would be able to step straight into the £11.65 rate.

    #207505

    thetown
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    FRom what I gather the wage will be much more than that with allowances but not as good as the full time staff,

    #207578

    ChillDoubt
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    That’s more than my NHS wage so if you can get me into JCB with all its fringe benefits I’ll gladly do a swap!
    I guess some people really do not have a clue when they’ve got it good.

    #207580

    TimRegency
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    Crab bucket/‘race to the bottom’ logic. Both groups do important jobs, so both groups should be well paid.

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