Living Wage Scotland

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BLOG: The Cost of a Truly Skilled Workforce by Libby Eavis, Company Director of Grandview House & Mains House

For many years, the female dominated health and social care sector has been seen as an unskilled workforce and has...
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International Women’s Day – Let’s Talk about Low Pay by Lynn Anderson, Living Wage Scotland

International Women’s Day provides an opportunity to reflect on progress made on gender equality, and to highlight the need for further action.   On wages, the most recent ONS labour market...
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Low-Paid Workers Forced to Regularly Skip Meals During Pandemic

New research Life on Low Pay in the Pandemic from the Living Wage Foundation shows the impact of low pay...
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Living Wage Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Share the love with Living Wage employers this Valentine's Day. Our Valentine's Gift guide 2021 has something for everyone, whether...
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Living Wage Scotland 2020 Review

As 2020 draws to a close, it's timely to reflect on our experience of the past year, and the impact of the pandemic on the Living Wage movement in Scotland.   At the...
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Living Wage Scotland: Reflections on the national living wage increase

On 25th November, the UK Chancellor announced that the National Living Wage will rise from £8.72 to £8.91 from April 2020 – a 2.2% increase – and will be extended to 23-year old's for the...