A Clean Conscience

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Award winning much loved hyper local rag: The Peckham Peculiar interviews local boss with a Clean Conscience…

Living Wage

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I was asked to write an article for Southwark Business Today, the official publication for Southwark Chamber of Commerce. The article discussed the challenges of offering traditional employment and a Living Wage. Here’s the article in their April/May edition.[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section]

Living Wage Symposium

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I was asked to be a part of a panel on a Living Wage Symposium organised by Southwark Council and held at the House of Commons on 2nd March 2016. The event brought together a panel that included a variety of stakeholders including businesses in the hospitability industry, affordable accommodation advocates, economists and of course Jane Jefferson Cleaning and the … Read More

Shortlisted & Then We Won the Living Wage Champions Award for London

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It’s great to be recognised for looking after our cleaners As our customers know, we are aiming to change the working culture where cleaners are treated as second class workers through agency deals and cash in hand payments. It seems the tide is starting to turn as KPMG lead the way. The awards recognise Living Wage employers that have made … Read More

Heidi Alexander 10 Minute Rule Bill

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On 3rd February 2015 Heidi Alexander MP put forward a 10 minute rule Bill. Heidi Alexander’s Bill was to require listed companies to report annually on the percentage of their staff paid below a Living Wage. In support of this bill she cites Jane Jefferson Cleaning as an example to how big business should operate. “Paying workers a wage that … Read More

A Letter to The Guardian

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Frustrated with the lack of debate and awareness around Domestic Cleaning and protecting workers in this low paid sector of work, we wrote to the Guardian on 24th October 2015 in response to their Article Today’s Domestic Cleaners Have Clients Not Masters.[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section]