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Powys County Council Commits to achieve Living Wage Accreditation

Powys County Council committed to becoming a Living Wage Employer during this year’s Living Wage Week. The council is striving to obtain Living Wage accreditation and implementing this measure to ensure that all employees receive sufficient wages to support themselves and their loved ones. Councillors Jake Berriman and Matthew Dorrance announced this decision in a …

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PAY BOOST FOR OVER 22,800 WELSH WORKERS AS THE REAL LIVING WAGE INCREASES TO £12 

Over 22,800 Welsh workers will receive a vital cost-of-living pay boost thanks to the 550 Welsh employers who are all committed to paying all their staff a real Living Wage.  The new Living Wage rate rises to £12 an hour across the UK outside of London (a £1.10 increase)   The real Living Wage rates remain …

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