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WCVA Dec 10
Could you be a Living Wage Friendly Funder? During wrote a blog encouraging organisations in Wales to take part:
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St John's Hoxton Nov 5
We’re delighted to be a accredited employer - along with some other east London churches and the - today’s announcement of new rates means that several of our staff will have a pay rise effective from 1st January!
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SalfordMayor Nov 7
This is fantastic news and It’s great to see another council in Greater Manchester agreeing to become an accredited Living Wage Employer with the Living Wage Foundation in 👏👏👏
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Bath Labour Party Nov 5
Almost 60% of people in poverty are in families where at least one person is in work. As rents, bus & train fares increase, it is often the poorest who are hit the hardest. will increase the
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Scottish Government Nov 9
We’re proud that Scotland has the highest proportion of Living Wage employees in the UK, so we’re taking a look back at Living Wage Week 2018.
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Oldham Council Nov 7
Tonight Oldham Council Leader has announced that we will become a Living Wage employer. Read more on this here
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Manchester Citizens Nov 7
Massive congratulations 🙌🏼 Following on from our work with & we hope other Greater Manchester Local Authorities will follow and help our region become a truly Living Wage Zone
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Kathy Bance Nov 6
Bromley residents need the Living Wage. All Council contractors should sign up for the LW before contract award. As below : Increase staff morale, lower costly staff turnover and be ethical. this
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The Pembury Tavern Nov 8
Get involved with Living Wage Week by supporting a accredited brewery, like . We'll have their beers pouring this weekend. Stop in for a pint this afternoon!
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Inst. Welsh Affairs Nov 8
Delighted to announce that the IWA is now an accredited real Living Wage employer
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Mark Drakeford Nov 8
. supporting ambition to make Cardiff the first city in the UK
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Andy Hull Nov 8
Hosted an gathering for this morning, bringing together 25 businesses and charities based in the borough - some accredited employers, some not (yet;) - to discuss the benefits of paying the real and to address any reservations.
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Trust for London Nov 6
Congratulations to Redbridge Council on becoming an official Living Wage employer.
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Haringey LibDems Nov 5
London Living Wage is raised to £10.55 per hour. Thanks to a motion put forward by in July all workers and staff contracted to work on Council premises will soon be paid this much or more
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Boo Coaching Nov 8
It was a privilege to host a this morning. Fantastic stories about the positive impact of paying the Living Wage on businesses and their employees. We want to double the number of in . Who wants to join our campaign?
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Caitlin Urquhart Nov 13
No better way to wake up than with a bit’a activism!! ✊🏾 Great to hear of on the News this AM talking about increasing minimum wage! 👏🏿🙌🏽💪🏾 15&Fairness is not too much to ask!!
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Maree Todd MSP Nov 5
It’s and hats off to the fabulous in Shetland who lead the way in hospitality with a very warm welcome, fine food and, almost uniquely in Scotland, they pay the Here’s why it makes good business sense:
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Manchester Citizens Nov 7
‘UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER - PAY THE REAL LIVING WAGE NOW!’ Our leaders gathered outside the Social Responsibility offices today and sent a strong message to to set an example, be more responsible and become accredited.
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Peter Jackson Nov 9
Earning a Living wage is a necessity and a human right. It’s also great that we have customers that not only support this but insist on it from their supply chain. Doing things ethically feels good - that’s why Seddon support
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Good Food Oxford Nov 8
Based in the city centre MLMC pays all its staff at least the Oxford Living Wage (announced to rise to £10.02 an hour) and offers employment opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
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