Well done.....I read a lot of vacancies ...cabbie2b. with respect I just dont believe that figure you quoted id put him on about £12 an hour...not being a james hunt here just realistic
Two yrs ago was less but with JL you get each few months opportunities to become like furniture fitter, then special training to become able to fit wall hanging furniture and then plumbing course to connect dish or washing machine...
Also driving record and all correct paperwork done over time counts as well.
And these training courses add to your wages.
He's on £16.5 per hour now pre tax and 40hrs
gives that figure.
Oh yes, first he started for agy that is owned by JL.
When he became JL employee was a different story.