THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Citizens UK want higher wages for employees

icon money117 December ~ While Premier League players earn fortunes from wages, the clubs paying them are coming under pressure to start giving other staff members such as caterers and cleaners a living wage. Citizens UK, an alliance of community organisations, want Premier League clubs to meet with them, local fan groups and the Living Wage Foundation to begin the process of becoming living wage employers. England's top tier has the highest revenue of any football league in the world yet many employees are on minimum wage. The full Citizens UK report is available here.

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