November 11, 2019
More than 210,000 British workers are set to see their pay rise by 30p an hour as a result of the Living Wage Foundation's campaign to increase the national minimum hourly rate.
The a voluntary scheme which 6,000 employers have signed up to the charity’s initiative. It will see the difference between its own living wage and the government’s minimum reach £2,000 annually.
Sources: Living Wage increases to benefit 210,000 workers, personneltoday.com, 11 November 2019 and Thousands of UK workers' pay to rise as living wage increases, theguardian.com, 11 November 2019.
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