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Living Wage Week

9-15 November was Living Wage Week and we wanted to take this opportunity to share some information about the real living wage and why paying it to our team members is so important to us.

The Living Wage campaign is an independent movement of businesses, organisations and people who believe a hard day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay. Employers choose to pay the real Living Wage on a voluntary basis - it provides an ethical benchmark for responsible pay.

The campaign for a Living Wage was launched by members of London Citizens in 2001. Parents in East London found that despite working on two or more minimum wage jobs they were struggling to make ends meet, and were left with no time for community and family life. It is an example of how civil society, businesses and organisations can work together to tackle in-work poverty. It enjoys cross party support, with public backing from successive Metropolitan Mayors and MPs across the UK, including First Ministers in Wales and Scotland.

When you choose us as your cleaning services provider you can be confident that each person cleaning your office or site is being paid the real living wage.

Living wage week infographic. Coloured pillars over a grey city scape with stats. 64% of businesses say the living wage differentiates them from others in the industry, 75% say it has increased motivation 86% say it has improved their reputation 93% say it has benefited their business


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