Asian food chain Itsu has announced all in-store workers will get an 11% wage increase from 17 September.
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The change will boost pay for 1,000 employees at the company's 72 stores across the UK.
Many firms are scrambling to retain staff with some supermarkets offering recruitment perks.
Ocado, Aldi and Waitrose have all increased driver wages, and Tesco has offered £1,000 joining bonuses.
The pay rise will boost entry-level pay to a minimum £10.40 per hour at the chain.
Julian Metcalfe, founder of Itsu, said: "Our team members are the heart of our business and the face of our brand for our customers in-store."
"This announcement will only increase the number of people that want to join [Itsu]", he added.
Job vacancies have hit record highs across the country as the economy continues to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
By sector, healthcare and hospitality have the highest numbers of vacancies, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The hospitality sector has 134,000 vacancies, with many businesses reporting that openings are hard to fill.
Some restaurants are closing on certain days or reducing their opening hours.
According to industry bodies, one in five workers has left the sector during the pandemic, with Brexit often blamed for making the situation worse.