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 @traceyrc: MT @LivingWageUK: The #LivingWage is currently £9.15 in London & £7.85 outside, learn more about this here: http://t.co/ilu5V
LivingWageFoundation | 27 February 2015, 11:52 am
The #LivingWage is currently £9.15 in London & £7.85 in the UK, learn more about this here: http://t.co/EyGCcCHzal #HR #CSR #Quality #People
LivingWageFoundation | 27 February 2015, 11:39 am
LivingWageFoundation | 27 February 2015, 11:09 am
RT @RichSerunjogi: Good to see #London2030 in action s/o @rohan__silva @SECONDHOMELDN becoming @LivingWageUK accredited!
LivingWageFoundation | 27 February 2015, 11:05 am
RT @Rosiecosy: Good to see that @David_Cameron is backing @LivingWageUK - will @LincolnshireCC back a #livingwage @CllrmHill
LivingWageFoundation | 27 February 2015, 11:01 am
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Latest News

We are recruiting! Opportunity to join the team as the Living Wage Programme Administrator

18th February 2015, 11:47

Living Wage Programme Administrator
Full time Monday – Friday
Salary - £20,000
12 month fixed term contract with potential to extend.

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We are recruiting! Opportunity to join the team as a Programme Manager for Retail

5th February 2015, 16:55

Programme Manager - Retail
Full time
Salary – circa £30,500
12 month fixed term contract with potential to extend.

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Royal Borough of Greenwich announces intention to reduce business rates for local firms paying the Living Wage

28th January 2015, 16:46

The Royal Borough of Greenwich is to offer discounted business rates to local companies who commit to paying their workers the London Living Wage.

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Brent Council first in the country to approve new business rate incentives to pay the Living Wage

26th January 2015, 13:46

Brent Council have become the first in the country to approve a scheme that offers business rates discounts as an incentive to pay the Living Wage.

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New evidence of business case for adopting Living Wage

26th January 2015, 11:12

A new report reinforcing the business case for employers to adopt the Living Wage has been published, highlighting how UK employers paying the Living Wage benefit from improved staff morale, retention and productivity – resulting in long-term business benefits.

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Yorkshire Water Becomes an Accredited Living Wage Employer

19th January 2015, 11:42

We are delighted in the Leadership shown by Yorkshire Water, by becoming an Accredited Living Wage Employer.

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