A diary date: In Place of Pay Inequality, 2 April (downloads here)

A date for you diary:  In Place of Pay Inequality –  Launch of our latest report.
Wednesday 2nd April 6-8pm, Collier Room, Methodist Central Hall, Oldham St, Manchester, M1 1JQ


In Place of Pay Inequality is a detailed study by Steady State Manchester and Equality NW into the pay policies of Local Authorities in the North West.
“It is rigorous, highlights important info well, well written and theoretically ground-breaking in terms of bringing together SSE, social value and equity issues.”
The report also explores,
– How public sector pay policies might play a leading role in making Manchester a more equal place.
– Ways to strengthen the accountability of Local Authorities for their pay policies and encourage them to implement stronger policies to reduce
pay inequality within their workforce and via their suppliers in the wider local economy.

Downloads  SUMMARY  FULL REPORT    FULL REPORT (larger font version)
free to download, but consider making a donation to our work.

At the launch there will be lots of opportunity for networking and discussion.
Speakers :
Ben Irvine, author of the report
Tom Skinner, Coordinator, Greater Manchester Living Wage Campaign
Neil McInroy, Centre for Local Economic Strategies
Kevin Flanaghan or Paul McCarthy, GMB
Laura Bannister, Green Party

Everybody welcome, but please book a place via http://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-place-of-pay-inequality-tickets-10931828393

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