Sainsbury’s ploughs £20m into ‘unprecedented’ autumn pay rise as cost of living mounts

Sainsbury's Edinburgh

Sainsbury’s is putting £20m into a fresh pay rise for staff “to support them with rising household costs”.

It is the first time the supermarket giant has handed staff an autumn pay increase outside of the annual pay review – a decision it described as an “unprecedented step”.

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