By not topping up pay to the London living wage, which it can afford, the City has thrown its lowest paid and most diverse group of workers under a bus says GMB London.
GMB call for social care providers, councils and the Government to sign up to the £10.75 per hour real Living Wage voluntary scheme
GMB Union call on London’s Landmarks to pay the London Living Wage of £10.75 per hour
GMB welcome increase of London Living Wage to £10.75 per hour and UK Living Wage to £9.30 per hour and call on employers to start paying it
Heathrow demonstration: Hundreds set to join mass GMB protest outside airport on Saturday 27 April to call for a real living wage
30% of Barking and Dagenham residents in employment are earning less than a living wage of £10.55 per hour new GMB study shows
GMB support Newham Council motion to become accredited London Living Wage Employer and pay all directly employed staff £10.55 per hour
GMB welcome decision of Kensington and Chelsea Council to pay all contracted staff the London Living Wage