Majestic boss tops list of highest paid retail execs

…along with Conviviality Retail’s MD David Robinson, in at 58 with a total package of £606k. 

Robinson joined the company a year ago from Home Retail Group where he was COO of Argos, taking on the responsibility for developing Conviviality’s franchise stores business.

CFO Andrew Humphreys (64) and Majestic CFO James Crawford (71) completed the list, which can be found in full here.

4 Responses to “Majestic boss tops list of highest paid retail execs”

  1. It’s quite vulgar and he cant even shave!!

  2. john thorne says:

    Dear John, It might just be a five o clock shadow !
    Can’t comment on vulgarity of salary, as I am rather envious. Still trying to calculate how many bottles of wine one has to sell to reach that point.Can anyone help ?

  3. Paul Stewart says:

    I Have worked for Majestic in store and its a joke that this an earns this salary whilst minimum wage is paid to junior staff who actually do all the work Merchandising thats unloading upto 5 pallets of wines in a morning (on your own) Back Breaking, then if your very lucky 1/2 hour unpaid lunch break! (maybe 3/4 times a week less than 1/2 hour! Then your expected to deliver in van with absolutely no care for your Health and Safety( delivering to pub and restaurant cellars with dangerous stairs) attitude from store partners/Managers is take it to where ever they want it! No care for staff safety in store either with fire exits blocked by pallets of wine. So perhaps Mr Gormley should start at the bottom and sort some of these problems out! but ey why would he..working for Majestic in store is akin to Slave Labour… Oh and lets not forget they want you to arrive a minimum of 15 minutes before you start time and stay for up to 15 minutes after your end time LL UNPAID…….

    • Finn Hearn says:

      If it weren’t for this guy you would be out of a job. Naked Wines saved you. Go and work for M restaurant it you want to complain (£10 an hour). Maybe you shouldn’t complain about these things when you’re getting paid for it. Not only that but if you work in the store then it’s your problem that fire exits are blocked off. If working there is slave labour, why don’t you leave?

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