Living Wage Brighton Blog

Research summary from Stuart Hill

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  Who are you and how are you connected with the Brighton & Hove Living Wage campaign? My name is Stuart Hill. I am a doctoral student at the University of Brighton. I am researching into the Brighton and Hove Living Wage because I am interested in knowing why employers choose to pay their staff the higher voluntary living wage… ...Read More

Wired Sussex: Why We Pay the Brighton & Hove Living Wage

We caught up with James from local digital membership organisation Wired Sussex all about what the Living Wage Campaign means to them. Firstly, tell us a bit more about who you are and what your job role involves… As the skills & talent manager for Wired Sussex I am looking to tap into the digital skills debate specific to our members and… ...Read More

Tom's Vans: Why we're proud to be a Living Wage employer

We caught up with local removals and deliveries company Tom’s Vans all about what the Living Wage Campaign means to them. Firstly, tell us a bit more about Tom’s Vans… Thanks for your interest in Tom’s Vans! I set up my business in 2010 as I felt there was a gap in the market for a transportation service with a professional,… ...Read More

The Good News Campaign

2017 has been an interesting year. With big changes happening around us locally and internationally, it has sometimes felt as though good news is in short supply. So to kick off 2018, we want to celebrate the achievements of the Brighton & Hove Living Wage campaign and champion the 350+ employers who have made the pledge. We are really proud… ...Read More

SomeoneWho: Why We're Proud To Be The 350th Sign-up

Just in time for Living Wage Week, the 350th Living Wage employer to sign-up to the Brighton & Hove campaign was digital start-up SomeoneWho. We chatted to Andrew Saffron, co-founder: Firstly, tell us a bit more about your business… We’re a digital platform that matches top quality interims with top quality briefs. Created by a team of interims for interims,… ...Read More

O N C A: Why We Pay the Brighton & Hove Living Wage

One of the reasons we love Brighton so much is the fact that we have so many fantastic businesses committed to their employees’ welfare. It’s all part of contributing to a fairer, happier city for all of us. We’re delighted to welcome the O N C A team (including 8-week old Albie the Whippet!) as one of the newest sign-ups… ...Read More

Pagoda Security: Why We Pay the Brighton & Hove Living Wage

More and more businesses are joining our campaign every week to show their commitment to paying the Brighton & Hove Living Wage of £8.45 per hour to all their employees. One of the latest businesses to sign up is Pagoda Security & Facilities Management Ltd – we spoke to them about the importance of paying a living wage (and paying… ...Read More

Impetus: Why We Pay The Brighton & Hove Living Wage

We’re delighted to announce that there are now over 330 businesses signed up to the Brighton & Hove Living Wage campaign, demonstrating their commitment to ensuring that every resident of our city is paid a living wage that allows them to thrive, not just survive. This week we spoke to Jo Ivens, CEO of Brighton & Hove Impetus, a local… ...Read More

Brighton charities lead the way for the living wage

So far 42 third sector organisations have signed up to the local Living Wage Campaign which is led by Brighton Chamber. Currently set at £8.45 per hour for the UK, the wage is calculated as the minimum needed for a basic standard of living. One of the most recent charities to join the campaign is The Goodall Foundation. Eugenie Teasley… ...Read More

The Bevy: Why we pay the Brighton & Hove Living Wage

325 Brighton & Hove businesses have now signed up to the campaign, showing their commitment to paying a Living Wage of at least £8.45 per hour to all their employees. One of those businesses is The Bevy pub. We spoke to Iain Chambers, General Manager of The Bevy, about why it’s brilliant to be part of our local business community,… ...Read More

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