Heathrow accused by cleaners over living wage deal

Heathrow accused by cleaners over living wage deal

Cleaners at Heathrow have complained to the airport's boss they are not getting a living wage for London, agreed as part of plans for a third runway.
The airport, which is waiting for an imminent decision on expansion, agreed to pay £9.40 an hour.
But the airport workers say this is paid only to directly employed staff and not those working through agencies.
They say low wages and long hours deny them "dignity" and the chance to spend time with their children.
In response to a letter sent on Wednesday, a spokesman for Heathrow said: "Heathrow is one of the few companies in... read more

12 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 44
Source: BBC

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