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Living Wage

The University has made a commitment to implement the Welsh Government’s Code of Practice on Ethical Employment in Supply Chains which seeks for all public sector organisations and universities in Wales to commit to a range of ethical employment practices including considering paying all of their staff the Living Wage Foundation’s Living Wage as a minimum; and encouraging their suppliers to do the same.

Wrexham Glyndwr University has committed to paying the Living Wage Foundation’s Living Wage as a minimum to all of its staff and this has been implemented since the 18/19 academic year. The University will also ensure that as part of any contracted service arrangements, for example in providing cleaning, catering and security services, that at the point of re-tendering, contractors commit to also pay the Living Wage Foundation's Living Wage.

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