Pay Up

It's time to pay up

30 years of bosses & shareholders grabbing profits made by holding down wages.

£20bn of tax credits a year to top up low pay for millions:
A subsidy for paying poverty wages.

Credit cards and pay day loans, just to make it to the end of the month.

This is what happens when the top few decide who get's what:
They get more, while everyone else gets less.

We demand a decent wage for all, and we're going to fight for it.

Weekend Action Cancelled

Due to circumstances beyond our control - we've had to hold off on the weekend of action. There are developments. More info soon. In the meantime, we're doubling our efforts to support in their week of action targeting Holland and Barrat!!

Sainsbury's CEO Justin King had a pay rise of 295% since 2004 while his staff have had a pay cut of 2.5%.

Something has to change

Thirty years of wage stagnation

Graph showing real terms wages in decline over thirty years

Sainsbury’s CEO Justin King had a pay rise of 295% from 2004 to 2010. From 2004 to 2012, the staff in band 2 have had a real terms cut of 2.5%

Why Sainsburys? Justin King CEO of Sainsbury's

The least Sainsbury's owe their staff is a living wage.

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