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Caro B Nov 13
Yes please - some people in this country workinfor large companies which make millions rely on charities help for Christmas. This is not normal.
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bobcat4evah 🌹 1h
Replying to @jennifernvictor
Time for scrutiny of just where they stand on urgent issues. Don't make misogyny the red herring. Look at relationships to Wall St., fossil fuels, are the future. Must lead or go home!!
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Phil Woitaszewski Nov 14
Congrats to and the city of st. Paul for passing a 15.00 minimum wage. The working class folks in the city have a raise. We need to continue to fight for a living wage nationwide
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Arrogant Mammoth 5h
For 150 years the capitalist class has warned that raising wages would cause them to go bankrupt. Surprise! IT NEVER HAPPENS. They are just trying to protect their profits. They are being subsidized by keeping ppl in poverty and desperate for any job. 💰
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Rachel Cable 6h
I was delighted to be part of week this year - with in-work poverty on the increase this agenda is more important than ever
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bobcat4evah 🌹 1h
Support for Wall St., the MIC, corporate donors....lack of passion for In other words, the future: if there is one things must change radically (at the root)
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Living Wage Scotland 8h
Delighted to welcome to the community. Congratulations - you are now an accredited Living Wage employer!
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BW 2h
Paying a is good for business and healthy societies.
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James Dodge 7h
Replying to @BernieSanders
in my town is $30/hr.
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DDAWNY 5h
Thank you for joining us last night for our event. Your support for a for DSPs & the campaign are critical!
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Melissa Amsler 4h
I love this bill being introduced by . I think Walmart employees should have a . When more people make enough to live on, it saves tax payer dollars. It just makes sense.
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Living Wage Foundation Nov 15
How much is the real based on the cost of living? Last week, the rates rose for both the UK and London, calculated every year in line with rising costs of living. Over 4700 employers are paying it! You can join them.
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Mark Jones Nov 8
Delighted that Sheffield City Council is an accredited real Living Wage employer. With over 7000 people working directly for the Council, this is really important for Sheffield. And our suppliers will have to pay the real Living Wage.
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ʻAʻohe Mea 3h
We could & should have made the transition from half a century ago, but profiteers always kill the prophets. Also, the prophets always win the . It's generation's time to rise & with level .
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Providus Financial Nov 13
Providus are proud to have applied for accreditation as a employer. The real Living Wage is voluntarily paid by over 4,700 other UK employers who believe a hard day's work deserves a fair day's pay:
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Matty Nov 15
absolutely shocking that some of your car park spaces around are earning more per hour than those on the around the UK. How can that be justified
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SEIU-West 2h
Purple can get behind this message - Bernie Sanders fight for
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Women for Progress VOTE 11-6! 20h
thank you for shining a light on this important issue. We are here to help get this across the finish line!
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Living Wage Scotland 10h
are celebrating being part of with their free beer from employers ! Cheers 🍻
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Living Wage Foundation Nov 14
Last week reported that the recent increase in the would “add to pressure on companies”. Below is a response from Living Wage Employers committed to pay their staff a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work.
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