Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

High Access Commits to Living Wage

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

High Access Commits to Living Wage

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Manchester -headQUARTERED High Access has been committed to become a living wage employer.

The business, which provides high-level maintenance and cleaning services to the commercial property market, will see everyone in its 50-strong team receive a minimum hourly wage of Pounds 8.25 - significantly higher than the national minimum wage of Pounds 6.70.

This will include permanent employees or third-party contractors and suppliers.

Niel Bethell, managing director at High Access, said: "We are an ambitious and growing business with a truly dedicated team that works around the clock for our clients.

"Nothing about the way we do business involves a minimum investment or effort as we seek to consistently deliver the height of expertise. As an employer, we feel it is our role to ensure our people feel valued and rewarded fairly for the the great work they do. …

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