London Living Wage to go up to £8.80 per hour

The London Living Wage, which the Living Wage Foundation and the trade unions are urging employers to increase their lowest-paid staff’s pay to, is to go up to £8.80 per hour.

In Camden, this means that minimum pay on the NSL parking enforcement contract will remain slightly (11p an hour) above the London Living Wage; but cleaners in Camden buildings and schools employed by the multinational ISS will remain below it , and this will also be the case for dozens working in adult social care and for the catering contractor Caterlink.

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