Aldi Magyarország raises pay 4%-8%

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The local unit of German discount chain Aldi has raised staff wages by 4-8% from January 1, Aldi Magyarország said on Monday, according to state news wire MTI.

Aldi continues to reward loyalty with its remuneration policy, paying staff more who have been with the company longer.

From 2021, a full-time Aldi worker will get starting pay of at least HUF 335,700 a month, gross, while staff wages will top out at gross HUF 465,100 a month.

Management salaries will range between a gross monthly HUF 603,400 and HUF 974,100.

Hungarians working full time in commerce earned a gross monthly HUF 372,600, on average, in October, the latest data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH) show.

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