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Living Wage Foundation
The Living Wage is an independent movement of businesses, organisations and people who believe a fair day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 17
University students polls reveals that 53% of students said they would be more likely to support their university post-grad if they paid a real to staff instead of the government min. Which universities are currently paying a real ?
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People's Health Trust Sep 17
A small rise to the real in Britain's main city regions would help boost local economies by £1.1bn, according to new report commissioned by , part-funded by the Trust.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 17
A has been proposed for the UK. Families with childcare/housing costs and those without a financial buffer to fall back on are more likely to be in poverty.The real is calculated based on costs of living inc childcare/housing
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 17
"Currently there is no agreed government measure of ” The hopes to encourage better targeted action against poverty in the UK. It outlines a new approach to poverty measurement in the UK. Find out more:
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 17
"Over 14m people (4.5m children) are living below the breadline, more than half trapped in poverty for years" says a developed by @SocialMetricsComm. Paying a real can help those struggling to keep their heads above water.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Student polling from NUS Insights reveals that over half (53%) of students would be more likely to support their post graduation if they they paid a real to all staff instead of the government minimum.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Student polling from NUS Insights reveals that over half (53%) of students would be more likely to support their post graduation if they they paid a real to all staff instead of the government minimum.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Students are shocked that many staff (such as cleaners or caterers) working on campuses on hourly pay well below the real Living Wage rate of £8.75 an hour. Discover which universities are leading the way and paying staff a real
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Starting university this weekend? Discover which universities are paying a real to all of their staff including cleaners, security and caterers.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Starting university this weekend? Discover which universities are paying a real to all of their staff including cleaners, security and caterers.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Starting university this weekend? Discover which universities are paying a real to all of their staff including cleaners, security and caterers. @UniofOxford@QMUL
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Starting university this weekend? Discover which universities are paying a real to all of their staff including cleaners, security and caterers.
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 15
Starting university this weekend? Discover which universities are paying a real to all of their staff including cleaners, security and caterers. @EdinburghUnihttp://ow.ly/3b7f30lPCN1
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 14
"Employers must be prepared to pay much higher wages to staff to enable them to afford London’s high rents" says . Follow the lead of@Brent_Council in developing rate incentives for businesses to start paying London .
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 13
"UK wages have not yet recovered to pre-crisis levels" finds Annual earnings over 3% lower than in 2008; people in their 20s and 30s worst off. Our research shows 15% working people of same age also earn below the real .
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 12
Tech companies like are leading the way on fair pay for all, as they come together with the likes of to form a ‘Living Wage in Tech Leadership Group’. Read Therisa blog on tech companies championing a
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Orchard Sep 12
It has been researched that i"f just 1/4 of low paid worked received the real living wage in 10 city regions, the UK city regions would get a £560 million boost and a more inclusive economy." Are you a employer?
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 12
New research shows people in their 30's are £1200/year worse off than those in 2008. Our research shows 15% of working people in their 30's are earn below the real . Employers can change this by ensuring staff get a real .
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Living Wage Foundation Sep 12
. research shows people in their 30's are £1200/year worse off than those in 2008. Our research shows 15% of working people in their 30's are also earning below the real . Time for employers to join 1000's already paying a .
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Lucy Bannister Sep 12
Matt Sparkes from sharing their story. Morally important to share success with all colleagues and they’ve seen a huge impact on staff wellbeing.
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