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Living Wage

Alun Michael, the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales, believes that paying the independently calculated Living Wage is a key indicator of an employer’s commitment to their workforce.  That is why the Commissioner has agreed with the Chief Constable that all of their staff will be paid the independently calculated Living Wage as a minimum.  We will also encourage our partners, contractors and suppliers to pay the same Living Wage to their staff, wherever practicable.

 

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