GMB members working for NSL, the company contracted to provide civil parking enforcement in the borough of Enfield voted on Tuesday 22nd November to accept the company’s early…
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