Abertay University has become the first major employer in Dundee to achieve Living Wage employer status since a city-wide scheme was introduced.
Social enterprise The Circle has been accredited as a living wage employer.
Dundee firms in industries traditionally associated with low pay have been hailed for paying their staff the real living wage – just weeks after plans to make the city a leader in fair pay took off.
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Last week I decided to stop for a few convivial pints of craft beer at Brewdog, which is one of the 50 living wage employers included in the city-wide action plan.
A scheme to make Dundee the UK’s first “living wage city” has been launched.
The Evening Telegraph reported last week that some firms interested in opening retail outlets on our city’s Waterfront may be deterred due to the requirement to pay a real living wage of £9 per hour to employees.
Units at Dundee’s new railway station entrance may still be sitting empty six months after it opened because occupants have been ordered to pay a living wage, it has been suggested.
Dundee City Council has been nominated for an award for its efforts to pay employees a “real” Living Wage.
Jeremy Corbyn has aired his support for Picturehouse cinema employees who are staging a strike on International Women’s Day over a long-running pay row.
Cinema workers involved in a long-running pay dispute will stage a strike on International Women’s Day.
Dundee City Council has been accused of ignoring its own policy of ensuring that anyone employed by the local authority is paid the living wage.
Workers are set to benefit after Dundee City Council was today officially recognised as a living wage employer.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced a new living wage rate of £8.45 an hour - a 20p increase - and urged more businesses to sign up to the scheme.
More jobs paying the living wage and an increase in social housing.
TAYSIDE’s berry farmers fear for their future after changes in the amount they have to pay their workers.
COMPANIES investing in Dundee’s £1 billion Waterfront are being told to pay their entire workforces the living wage.
Employees at a Dundee organisation are set to donate some of their salaries in a bid to help out people who rely on foodbanks in Dundee.
More than a third of people living in Dundee are earning less than the living wage.