WIS International
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Is the stock Counter job weekly pay? And is it really £8 an hour?

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  • Away for a day and a half for 4 hours pay is often an occurrence. £8.41 an hour and often management will dock wages for things such as going to the toilet, talking and also to bump their own wages. A very backwards operating company. Avoid at all costs

  • You will drive for 3 hours , unpaid, then you’ll get to the shop work for an hour then be forced to take a break then you’ll work for 4 hours in the most monotonous boring job ever then drive home for 3 hours , unpaid

  • In the midlands, Its £8 an hour for your first ten counts then you get a 35p payrise. Paid fortnightly. Youl be lucky if you earn £400 a fortnight and you need to spend a good chunk of that to eat and get to pick up points.

  • No it’s not

  • Fortnightly, pay starts at £8.50 but drivers earn more whilst driving. Also, a bonus scheme in place which could add UP TO an extra £2 an hour.

  • It’s every two weeks so not weekly pay and it’s £8.50 start rate

  • No not weekly pay and it’s not a contract

  • Fortnightly and no

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