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Pret A Manger boss who started from the 'bottom too' explains third staff pay rise in a year

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The CEO of Pret A Manger warned that prices at his chains may go up due to food inflation but hasn't ruled out additional pay increases for his workers.

Pano Christou explained that he knows what it's like for workers to struggle on low wages due to his upbringing in a low-paid household.

It comes after the CEO confirmed a third wage rise for his chain's staff members within a year. He highlighted that the pay rise was fair for his workers and that he wants the business to stand out against its competitors, the Mirror reports. Read more: From Michelin star kitchens to a village pub...

chef Gary Usher's new spot is a gem Mr Christou said: “If you pay people what they should be paid, you shouldn’t have a staff problem.

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