Updates from the Living Wage Foundation

Trust for London research shows number of low paid jobs in London increases for fourth year running

New analysis from the New Policy Institute - funded by independent charity Trust for London - gives the latest data on low pay in the capital. The figures are available on the London's Poverty Profile website - which provides data on over 60 poverty indicators.
14th August 2014, 10:31
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Updates from the Living Wage Foundation

Unity Trust Bank & Living Wage Offer: A Summary

Unity Trust Bank initiated a 50% discount in lending fees to our network last year, which concluded in June. We would like to thank Unity Trust Bank for going the extra mile to support our campaign & to those who also make the commitment.

Oasis Aquila Housing, which supports 1,000 vulnerable people each year, said they were delighted with the discount. Nancy Doyle, CEO of the organisation explains,

6th July 2014, 14:12
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Updates from the Living Wage Foundation

Houses of Parliament are accredited Living Wage Employers

On Monday 30 June 2014, the Living Wage Foundation formally handed over plaques to the Houses of Parliament identifying they have been accredited as Living Wage employers.

The Commons and the Lords have pledged to ensure that the London Living Wage is paid not just to staff employed by Parliament, but also to staff of contractors providing services to Parliament.

The Rt Hon John Bercow MP, the Speaker of the House of Commons commented:

2nd July 2014, 11:04
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