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14 Jul 2019, 22:56
Just started lgv and was wondering if the 1st hour of break factored into hourly rate or is it a separate payment on your payslip
15 Jul 2019, 09:13
Streamline/ LGV don't get paid for meal relief anymore. It's mostly only delivery and MCs that still do. For now much longer?
15 Jul 2019, 09:49
Yes but as part of the shorter working week agreement. Lgv drivers hours didn’t reduce but just agreed an additional payment of 1 hour for the first hour break of the week. So I was just wondering if it’s separate on the pay slip or incorporated into the hourly rate/salary
15 Jul 2019, 15:16
It’s put on top on monthly wage, it works out about extra £60/70 month as we get paid monthly, so you won’t see it as a separate payment unless it’s back dated.
17 Jul 2019, 09:22
Might be an opportunity to move from mgv to lgv just wondering what the pay difference is? I know mgv is £27352 any help would be great?
17 Jul 2019, 20:54
That’s a big jump! Worth a try if the job comes available then. What are the class 1 drivers on then?
17 Jul 2019, 23:25
That is class 1 rate! Plus late or night allowance plus O/T
18 Jul 2019, 08:21
What’s class 2 (LGV) pay rate? About £29200?
18 Jul 2019, 16:05
Yeah about that! I think it’s 2.5k pa less than class 1. It’s also worth remembering that hgv is based on a 36 1/4 week. Inner London also attracts London weighting payment of around 4.5 k pa on top of this too.
18 Jul 2019, 16:47
Class C national = £30,114
Class C+E national = £32,137
These are basic rates, London is higher, then there's night/shift allowances on top.
18 Jul 2019, 16:49
Class 1 drivers are hitting 45k+ with their jobs as the overtime is built into their jobs
18 Jul 2019, 17:12
First 10 weeks of this year I hit £7000 just on mgv nights with a little overtime so easily done. Cheers for the replys
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