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Victoria Egerton 16 Nov 17
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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Sir Richard Leese Sep 13
Manchester Labour doesn't want any of our residents to be on low wages anywhere in the City
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Home-Start Glasgow N 8h
We’re delighted to celebrate our accreditation anniversary as a employer, emphasising our commitment to fair pay and the benefits to communities & society of a real living wage for all
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#LabourWillEndAusterity #GTTO 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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Paul McShane Sep 28
Just called into for an afternoon treat, heard they got accredited to and the coffee is fab.
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Mark Adkins Sep 12
If you work 40 hours per week at age specific min wage rates your annual salary will be £16,286.40, £15,350.40, £12,272 or £8,736 depending on age. That’s before deductions and IF you get 40 hours each week. It’s time for Labour’s £10 per hour
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Natalie Bennett Oct 27
No wonder people, households and communities are desperate - we need a , not George Osborne's fake one. Our economy is failing to deliver one of its key tasks - a decent life for workers.
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Cₐₗᵥᵢₙ 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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Edward JFT96 McGurk 3 Dec 17
Replying to @RCorbettMEP
And paying the current as a minimum pay rate as well 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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Hello Apr 27
Absolutely. Pleased to have introduced this year!
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Refugees at Home Apr 30
We have 2 employees- who we pay the , obviously- and c 20 volunteers. We work *really* hard to keep costs down so your £ goes on critical infrastructure, IT & fees, paying our v few staff properly, or on travel for guests.
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Rudy's Pizza 9 Nov 17
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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Phil Manktelow Nov 7
Manchester at the rally calling on UoM to pay ALL their staff the
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Elizabeth Crawford Jul 27
Universities employ thousands of hospitality staff, many paid good holidays and other entitlements, great career pathways, training & development, great places to work
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Caroline Reilly Aug 7
Over half of London authorities including the recognise that the legal min isn't enough and become . Many more authorities can help to ensure there's with a BBC News
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Jeff Hodge ★ 8h
All that money spent, yet still members working there are fighting for
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Leo Pollak 6 Nov 17
Great to see so many new employers in Bermondsey leading the way paying the 👏
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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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The McStrike! Nov 5
McDonald's doesnt value its workers enough to pay them a dispite making billions in profit. Workers are joining together to fight and win a real living wage of at least £10 an hour.
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Printed by Us 10 Dec 17
We're delighted to be producing for . The t-shirts are being produced at our project by one of the team from who is paid the - All the surplus is then reinvested back into the project
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