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Citizens UK Sep 15
8 in 10 UK universities don't pay their cleaners, security guards and other workers the real Here are the ones who've done the right thing & committed to paying wages that workers can live on. Vital that more universities follow their example!
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BDSassy 3h
Someone reported yesterday that citizens in Israel get over $23,000 each from the US tax payer. A for foreigners? How many americans on food stamps? How many kids in schools without lunches?
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Citizens UK 52m
Thanks Ed and well done and for the fantastic commitment to community and staff through the and much more besides!
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Citizens UK 6h
Wonderful act of solidarity by students at but cleaners & other staff shouldn't have to rely on other people's charity to make ends meet & enjoy a few pleasures in life like the occasional holiday. Will do the right thing & pay the real ?
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ShareAction Sep 18
Disclosure & transparency are vital in ensuring corporates can be held to account on social issues like , , and the . Read more from on 📋 >>
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David Fox 31m
Marvellous - let's back the businesses that pay a Far too many are bad employers, giving minimal breaks and poor training. Won't name and shame here, but no way to build the economy.
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UCLanUCU 12h
Hey if all these Unis can do it, surely we can????
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K(no)wDetails 20h
Congressional Republicans applauding The DC Council on father knows best; enabling restaurants to steal wages.
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Judy Peters Sep 18
Abilities Manitoba is asking government to raise DSW wages to 50% above minimum wage in year 1
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Catherine Pope 41m
Another league table to make sad...wish we could be on the list of universities.
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🄹🄾🄽 🄱🄴🄽🅂🄾🄽 55m
As a rep when I’ve asked to be accredited - I’ve been told that ‘it wouldn’t be appropriate for a third party to set pay rates that are outside of the employer’s control’ = we still want to CHOOSE poverty pay for the lowest paid 🤔
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Clare Pauley Sep 16
I’m about a lot of things today , and work issues, , to mention a few
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#wellredbets 11h
Replying to @ProfDaveAndress
It was named after its founder who was Jewish and British,just the facts.More pressing perhaps is are they going to pay their staff a like do.
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James Littlewood Sep 17
The more I think about it, the fascinating this becomes. What would New Zealand arts look like if every arts employer was a employer?
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Grace O'Sullivan 4h
I met members of the defence forces today with and outside leinster house, at their demonstration for fair pay and decent working conditions. Peacekeeping is a proud tradition of , but it cannot be the only way to secure a
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Judy Peters Sep 18
Replying to @J_JudyPeters
55% above minimum wage in year 2.
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Living Wage4Families 18m
Report: higher is increasing incomes, not job losses
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Suzanne Botty McBotface 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 #FBPE 1h
Workers deserve the dignity & reassurance of a , not the lowest wage a greedy employer can get away with. Plus he'll be squeezing suppliers even further than they are already.
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gene duffy 5h
Well you got what you voted for Ontario. A bullying premier who is consumed with settling old scores in Toronto city council. Also don’t get me started on the . Wow remember when our last premier was concerned with and a .
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JustGardening Sep 17
Great to see another employer join the ranks. "Welcome and Congratulations to newly Accredited Living Wage Employer "The Lake Taupō Forest Trust" "
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