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7000 to benefit as Leeds Labour Council promises a 'real' Living wage

Leeds Labour Council has given the go ahead to a ‘real’ living wage for council staff from next year.

At last week’s meeting of Leeds City Council’s Executive Board members approved proposals to pay its staff a minimum of £8.01 from April 2016. 298 more words

Labour Party

More Living Wage Hypocrisy In Flagstaff

The battle to bring living wage legislation to Flagstaff has been brewing for quite some time and two of the key players advocating for a mandatory living wage have been Friends Of Flagstaff’s Future and Flagstaff City Councilperson Coral Evans. 145 more words


Barely Getting By In Mississippi: The racial, gendered, and educational characteristics of full-time workers earning less than $30,000 per year

This fall, Social Problems (Sociology 311) students are locating and translating data from the 2015 Current Population Survey (CPS) in order to construct a set of claims about why a living wage is necessary for all University of Mississippi employees. 360 more words

Living Wage

Women have borne brunt of austerity, Unite women’s conference told

Minimalist Minimum Wage increases North and South inadequate response to in-work poverty

Strategies need to make Ireland a Living Wage island

October 2nd: Unite’s Regional Women’s Conference is being held today. 223 more words

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Minimum wage goes up Thursday in five provinces

Minimum wage earners in five provinces are getting a pay hike.

Starting Thursday, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador are raising the minimum wage employers must pay their workers. 404 more words


National Minimum Wage should increase to a Living Wage for all

Unite blasts inadequacy of today’s minimum wage increase as well as Tory ‘sham’ Living Wage

Employers such as Lidl must treat Northern Ireland workers on basis of equality… 307 more words

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The Absurdity of a "Living Wage"

The world has been talking about this concept for a while and now it has arrived in Ireland.

In the run up to the next election no less. 240 more words

Irish Govt