Originally published in New Ground 60, July — August, 1998.
by Bob Roman
Everyone reasonably hip knew that something was going to happen on July 30. 2,864 more words
Some 62 hospitality firms have been “named and shamed” by the government for underpaying the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage, as one business operator said he felt the sector was being “particularly targeted” by the authorties. 1,765 more words
Business HR Solutions – “The Living Wage Foundation has announced the annual increases to the Living Wage. There are two living wage rates – one for London and one for the rest of the UK, and as from 6 November, these are £10.20 an hour for those working in London, and £8.75 an hour for those working elsewhere. 45 more words
An alliance of trade unions, student organisations and other campaign groups has called on the new University of Nottingham (UoN) Vice Chancellor Professor Shearer West to do the right thing and officially commit the university to paying the Living Wage to all its staff. 640 more words