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EDPHLivingWage Nov 6
We're on strike! The is now £10.20 & have put their ticket prices up again - but still no pay rise for us!
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Victoria Egerton Nov 16
Why doesn’t the National Living Wage apply to under 25’s? There’s no young person discount on groceries or bills. So why pay them less?
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Natalie Bennett Oct 6
We need a . "If they can sell Ferraris for £200,000, they can afford to pay their cleaners £10”
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Natalie Bennett Apr 30
"Hold the burgers. Hold the fries. We want our wages supersized." Not that £10/hour really fits that description - just basic decency. can afford it!
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Hello Jun 1
So pleased & proud to be an accredited employer. Very excited about receiving our welcome pack!
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Rohati Chapman Mar 19
Great re-framing of 'Pensions as a force for good' to engage heads & hearts of the next generation to save and influence responsible investment. But people need to earn enough to save too.
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Tom Howard Dec 1
Anything below £8.75 isn’t a fair wage, people need to be paid the REAL living wage. I hope employers will do this voluntarily as so many already have, if not it will be a statutory requirement under the next government.
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Calum Carson Apr 5
This is an excellent initiative from : according to the analysis 24% of workers in Yorkshire are being paid below the , so much more work to be done!
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🅲🅰🅻🆅🅸🅽 Jan 24
Anyone else find this a little cognitively dissonant, given CO2e per passenger km is probably > 50% higher than new traffic? And for less economically important travel? Good news about mind :) -welcome to the gang!
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Victoria Egerton Nov 16
Pay a real living wage based on the cost of living Retain workers, increase morale, save money long term. Makes business sense
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Leeds Citizens Apr 19
Judith Blake, Leader of the Council, has pledged to work with us to promote the
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Calum Carson Jun 13
Was great to help lead a session with and 's Sam Hepher at today's conference on the business benefits that law firms in Leeds can enjoy by becoming accredited employers: looking forward to more discussions around this area
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Calum Carson May 2
Great to see such overwhelming public support for the , among the other findings: some interesting figures concerning part-time and low-paid work, too.
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Poverty Alliance Jun 8
Good morning! We’re at at stand 4, come say hi and chat to us about how we can build a nation, social security and how to get involved with Challenge Poverty Week
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Hello Apr 27
Absolutely. Pleased to have introduced this year!
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Lord Praticus Snotts 💚💚💚💚 Jun 16
If employers paid a ie one that enabled payment of basic utilities, food and clothing... Then there would be no need for in work benefits and ...
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Natalie Bennett Oct 12
Now we need a - if you work fulltime you should earn enough money to live on
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Rudy's Pizza Nov 9
Shout out to put fellow Manchester Employers choosing to pay their Team a . 🙌 Great to see so many accredited businesses. We hope this week has inspired more to join the movement.
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Calum Carson May 13
It is morally unacceptable that a country as wealthy as the UK continues to display such momentous issues with in-work poverty, as evidenced by the below stats: the campaign is one way of addressing this, and perhaps the only way without governmental support.
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Calum Carson May 17
"From our perspective, paying the is good for business, good for the individual and good for society.The net effect we have seen is increased productivity, reduced absenteeism, better recruitment/retention, improved quality of work and increased ethical awareness"
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