RodneyRegis wrote:Let's not pretend that Wetherspoons are the only large company not to be paying staff in full whilst they are not doing any work.eldanielfire wrote:Yesterday I read McDonalds are paying their staff into April, then they were sure the government 80% pay would kick-in. At least they seem to be some consideration for staff there.RodneyRegis wrote:Hang on a sec.happyhooker wrote:That's your take on that?message #2527204 wrote: 'We demand full pay'
Nice. Haven't they noticed that the pubs are shut and aren't making any money? That there's a virus going around killing people?
Jesus h christ but you're a piece of shit sometimes
They've been paid 3 weeks for March rather than 4.
They've not been paid for the week they are not working. they are being "left" till end of April - ie next payroll.
They will then be paid for all of April and the last week in March, 80% of their salaries.
It's hardly any different to the vast majority of staff who are not working at all.
Loads of people have simply been laid off, and won't get the 80%.
They demand full pay whilst not working?
Bonus thing is shitty, granted.
I'm not, I posted about several companies in the past week or so now (Virgin, SD, Wetherspoons), as well as some of the ones who are supporting their staff (Greggs among others). Now small businesses I understand. Large nation wide businesses owned by multimilionaires or billionaires are the ones earning my criticism.