DWP First Whitehall Department to pay Living Wage

Cleaners rejoice as Department for Work and Pensions is first Whitehall department to commit to Living Wage. The Department for Work and Pensions has become the first Whitehall department to commit to the London Living Wage. The move will bring 500 cleaners and catering staff currently paid the National Minimum Wage of £6.19 per hour or just above onto the London Living Wage of £8.55 per hour.
14th December 2012, 13:22
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New Living Wage Rates Announced

Today Boris Johnson announced the new London Living Wage rate and Julia Unwin CBE announced the new UK Living Wage rate. Events in London, Glasgow, Cardiff and York will mark the start of the first Living Wage Week.
5th November 2012, 13:22
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Living Wage Costs & Benefits Report

New analysis by funded by Trust for London shows that there has been a 100,000 increase in the number of London jobs paying below the London LivingWage (LLW) – taking the total to 580,000. This means that 1 in 5 Londoners working in the capital are now paid poverty wages.
18th October 2012, 14:22
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