Celtic supporters hail campaign victory as club begin paying employees new national living wage

Celtic supporters hail campaign victory as club begin paying employees new national living wage
 

CELTIC are now paying their staff the living wage after sustained pressure from fans.
Around 100 employees at the Glasgow club now earn a minimum £8.25 an hour.
Hundreds more casual staff will also see their pay rise to above the living wage threshold.
It marks a victory by fans groups in their long-running campaign to convince Parkhead executives to bring in the rate.
Celtic staff were previously paid £7.85 per hour.
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But financial papers reveal that amount was increased by 40p in July this year.
Supporters at the Celtic Trust said that “progress has been made – small though it... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 41
Source: Daily Record
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