Manchester news Shell to give staff 8 per cent bonus following sky-high profits Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Only executive vice president level or higher employees will miss out on the taxable pay bonus

Manchester news Shell to give staff 8 per cent bonus following sky-high profits Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Only executive vice president level or higher employees will miss out on the taxable pay bonus

Manchester news Shell to give staff 8 per cent bonus following sky-high profits Manchester united news
03 August 2022 - 17:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Oil giant Shell has announced it will give employees a one-off 8 per cent bonus after the company reported record profits. It is understood that most of the company's 82,000 employees worldwide will be eligible for the bonus. The only ones in the company who will be excluded from the pay top-up will be those at the executive vice president level or higher. Shell has remarked that the award reflects the company's current financial success and is not linked to the growing challenges emerging from the rising cost of living crisis. A Shell spokesperson said: “In recognition of the contribution our people have made to Shell’s strong operational performance against a recent challenging backdrop, our executive committee has decided to make a Special Recognition Award of 8% of salary to all eligible staff across the world. Read more: Man, 54, dies after car crashes off the road “The award enables those employees to share in our current operational and financial success – it is not a response to inflation or cost-of-living challenges.

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.5 billion (£9.5 billion). It comes after the whole-market price of gas has increased due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine stemming from Russia's invasion in March. It is predicted that gas and electricity bills could reach as high as £3,615 on average in the UK next years, according to consultancy Cornwall Insight. Meanwhile, the Scottish Greens political party commented on how "obscene" it was that energy companies were making record profits while households are struggling to cope with high bills. Read next: The ruined castle and gardens in the Lake District with a playground kids will love 'Heavy fired' bread rolls sold in Greater Manchester market causing a stir on Facebook Victim of vicious racist attack during which she was BITTEN talks about impact on her son as attacker avoids jail "I don't want another parent to go through the pain I have": The heartbroken people facing up to the reality of knife attacks Police to clamp down on 'youths wreaking havoc' on town centre during holidays

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