Nationwide brings Living Wage to the high street

The Living Wage Foundation is pleased to announce that Nationwide has become the first major high street name to sign up as a Principal Partner, which is a commitment to help encourage other firms sign up to the scheme. Nationwide’s position as a Principal Partner follows the Society’s accreditation as a Living Wage employer.
25th April 2014, 09:34
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Living Wage and women in-work poverty

In the last year the problem of in-work poverty has been underlined by research which estimates that there are now 5.24 million people being paid less than the Living Wage, an increase of around 400,000 from an estimated 4.82 million in 2012’s report. This highlights the fact that whilst the Living Wage has grown rapidly and successfully as a concept, wider take-up is needed if more people are to earn a wage that supports a basic standard of living.
7th March 2014, 15:40
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LWF responds to Low Pay Commission

The Low Pay Commission has recommended a 3% rise in the National Minimum Wage for adults. This is the first time in 6 years the Commission has recommended an above inflation pay rise and would lift the NMW to £6.50. Rhys Moore, Director of the Living Wage Foundation said:
26th February 2014, 17:34
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