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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Wage hikes at Aldi and Lidl are welcome news. But don’t get too excited

Shared from on 10 January 2017

In the UK the supply of workers outstrips available jobs, so the German supermarkets’ move – though laudable – is unlikely to be widely emulated

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Aldi to become highest-paying supermarket in the UK with pay rise for 3,000-strong workforce

Shared from on 5 January 2017

Aldi is to give more than 3,000 employees a pay rise, overtaking Lidl to become the UK’s highest-paying supermarket. From next month, Aldi staff will earn £8.53 per hour, raised to £9.75 per hour for those who live in London.

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Aldi to become highest-paying supermarket in the UK with pay rise for 3,000-strong workforce

Shared from on 5 January 2017

Aldi is to give more than 3,000 employees a pay rise, overtaking Lidl to become the UK’s highest-paying supermarket. From next month, Aldi staff will earn £8.53 per hour, raised to £9.75 per hour for those who live in London.

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Lidl becomes first supermarket to pay workers Living Wage

Shared from on 25 November 2016

Lidl has announced it will adopt the new Living Wage Foundation rate in a pay boost for 5,500 of its workers, making it the first supermarket in Britain to do so this year.

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Lidl becomes first supermarket to pay workers Living Wage

Shared from on 25 November 2016

Lidl has announced it will adopt the new Living Wage Foundation rate in a pay boost for 5,500 of its workers, making it the first supermarket in Britain to do so this year.

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Lidl becomes first supermarket to pay workers Living Wage

Shared from on 25 November 2016

Lidl has announced it will adopt the new Living Wage Foundation rate in a pay boost for 5,500 of its workers, making it the first supermarket in Britain to do so this year.

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Everton to pay staff living wage

Shared from on 31 October 2016

Premier League club becomes latest of only five clubs, including Chelsea, to win accreditation by Living Wage Foundation

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