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For KPMG, paying the Living Wage is not just an important part of our values, our people strategy and our award winning corporate responsibility agenda: it’s critical.
Guy Stallard, KPMG
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RT @PaulDuxbury: Excellent news and another success for @LivingWageUK and the #LivingWage https://t.co/NBO04uDPuz
LivingWageFoundation | 22 May 2015, 7:25 pm
RT @TheCrownEstate: We have become the first national property business and landowner to accredit as a #LivingWage employer http://t.co/Q2H
LivingWageFoundation | 22 May 2015, 7:15 pm
RT @AndyHull79: Islington hosts more (82) accredited #LivingWage employers than anywhere else. The @guardian soon to join their ranks http:…
LivingWageFoundation | 22 May 2015, 7:15 pm
RT @FoodCambridge: Congrats @TCOFCO 1st living wage employer in Cambridge food sector http://t.co/aZ7uVEyYsx http://t.co/iSrSNHePRf http://…
LivingWageFoundation | 22 May 2015, 7:15 pm
RT @BIFM_UK: BIFM supports the living wage, find out more http://t.co/sAigCzDB9x
LivingWageFoundation | 22 May 2015, 7:10 pm
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The Crown Estate becomes first national property company to be Living Wage accredited

18th May 2015, 18:04

The Crown Estate is delighted to announce that it has become the first national property business and landowner to accredit as a Living Wage employer.

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Tea, Coffee and the Living Wage Movement

5th May 2015, 12:54

To celebrate UK Coffee Week (4-10 MAY 2015) we have a special guest blog from Marco Olmi of The Drury Tea and Coffee Company. Drury were the first UK-wide tea and coffee company to take up th

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UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD COMMITS TO LIVING WAGE

29th April 2015, 09:20

 

The Living Wage Foundation is pleased to announce that the University of Oxford has accredited as a Living Wage employer.

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LIVING WAGE FOUNDATION RECOGNISES COMMITMENT OF MAJOR UK EMPLOYERS

24th April 2015, 16:56

Today the Living Wage Foundation is pleased to announce that two leading UK companies have been accredited as Living Wage employers joining over 1,400 businesses already committed to ending in-work poverty.

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NEW POLL SHOWS THAT MORE THAN 85% OF PEOPLE THINK EMPLOYERS THAT CAN AFFORD TO PAY THE LIVING WAGE SHOULD DO SO

14th April 2015, 14:10

  • 75 percent of people think employers should be required to reveal whether they are Living Wage payers
  • Improved employee morale would be main benefit of paying the Living Wage
  • Poll indicates more than half of the population are more likely to use goods & services of Living Wage employers

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BARNETT HILL BECOMES FIRST HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE TO PAY LIVING WAGE

9th April 2015, 19:49

Sundial Group is delighted to announce that its Surrey based hotel and conference centre, Barnett Hill, has been accredited as a Living Wage employer – a historic first for the hospitality industry.

The group has committed to pay all its employees at its Guildford based venue at least the hourly wage of £7.85 (significantly higher than the national minimum wage of £6.50).

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