Pay Compare highlighting inequality at all levels

icon moneyshirt9 August ~ Pay Compare have launched a campaign to get clubs to disclose the gap between their highest and lowest (or median) paid staff. Clubs have been slow to start paying their staff the Living Wage, despite the high ticket prices and huge TV deals. However, lower down the pyramid an increasing number of clubs are pioneering socially progressive initiatives which recognise the role that they play in their communities, and some of the best examples come from fans-owned clubs. See more details and take part in the Pay Compare campaign

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