Derby City Council makes living wage commitment and is to review pay at city's largest employers

Derby City Council makes living wage commitment and is to review pay at city's largest employers
 

Derby's biggest employers are to be sounded out by the city council to find out who pays staff the living wage after making a commitment to its own workforce.
The council is to review Derby's 200 largest employers after making a commitment to increase wages every year in accordance with the living wage.
The lowest paid members of the council's staff received a pay rise to £8.25 as of October 1 as the council continued to implement terms set out in an employment charter rolled out last year. Councillor Lisa Eldret, who is responsible for employment in the city and at the council, said the... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 44
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