Ableworld Employees Receive Pay Hike After Record-Breaking Sales
Ableworld staff reap the rewards of record-breaking sales and high profit figures.
Ableworld, one of the UK’s leading mobility retailers is able to bring forward pay reviews thanks to record-breaking sales and high profit figures in 2017.
Founded in Nantwich in 2001, Ableworld is proud to announce it will be rewarding its well-deserving 120 staff members as the cherry on the cake for another successful year in trading. The mobility leader decided to fast-track its pay reviews from April to January, with all pay increases back-dated to the 1st of January.
Ableworld managing director, Mike Williams said: “As we all know trading conditions in the country generally were very tough in 2017, and so to have achieved the increases we did means our staff have worked exceptionally hard over the last 12 months.
“With so many people feeling the pinch at present, partly because of rising inflation, the Board felt that this year we could afford to bring forward our annual pay review.
“It’s doubly nice that any pay increases will be in people’s pay packets at the end of January when the Christmas and winter fuel bills come in.”
Ableworld operates 34 stores across the UK including locations in London Road, Northwich, Mill Street and Crewe, half of which are fun by the company and the half run by franchisees. Abelworld’s profits across the group peaked record levels in 2017 and like-for-like sales in the first quarter of their new financial year upsurged by over 16%
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