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Rolls-Royce to give staff £2,000 to help ease cost of living crisis

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Rolls-Royce is to give more than 14,000 staff a £2,000 payment to help them cope with the soaring cost of living, the first time the engineering firm has made such a move.The one-off payment will go to shopfloor staff and junior management, who are mainly based at the company’s two biggest sites in Derby and Bristol.

They represent 70% of Rolls-Royce’s UK workforce of about 20,000.A Rolls-Royce spokesperson said the company was offering the majority of its UK staff a £2,000 cash lump sum “to help them through the current exceptional economic climate”.

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