Tuskys staff are set to be refunded their slashed salaries following mediations by unionised employees.
Tuskys has noted that it will refund the deductions that took place between April and June in instalments starting this month.
The reimbursement process follows a row that escalated to the employment and labour relations court with staff highlighting absence of previous discussion.
The retailer had effected slashing of salaries of between 20 and 30 percent through the reduction of work hours from 45 to 36 hours a week.
Meanwhile it is expected that 80 union staff who were previously confirmed as redundant due to branch closures will be compensated in full through the period ending May 31.
Additional redundancies are expected to hit the retail chain as it reports serious drops in sales as a result from the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a counter measure the retail brand will be looking to reduce its wage bill to survive the revenue shocks including sending some of its staff on unpaid leave, while the last option will be to send a number of its staff packing.
The total Tuskys workforce is estimated at 6,000.