living wage

A rise for even a quarter of those paid below the real Living Wage would mean an annual bump of over £1,700 for half a million people
The cleaners, mostly migrants, want their pay increased from the legal minimum to the London living wage.
This would uplift the wages of some of Britain’s poorest paid people
Theresa May promised a country that works for everyone, will she support fair wages for everyone who works, regardless of age?
The McDonald’s store on Oxford Road, Manchester, has a surprisingly graphically unsophisticated-looking banner slung over
Campaign for ‘real’ Living Wage says ‘a fair day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay’.
From an integral part of the community to being performance managed every second of the day
Britain needs a pay rise after a "historic decade" of hardship, says The TUC.