LILIAN BAYLIS TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL SAYS IT WANTS TO ENSURE EQUALITY THROUGH ACTION…

SO WHY DOESN’T IT PAY ITS CLEANERS THE LONDON LIVING WAGE?

Cleaners employed by Engie at the Lilian Baylis Technology School earn the national minimum wage of just £8.21 per hour. They’re campaigning for the London Living Wage and need your support. When we spoke to Engie they said the school had refused to fund the increase – in spite of its commitment to equality.

Here’s what you can do to help the cleaners:

  1. Support the Mayday protest

    Come and protest with the cleaners on Wednesday May 1st. The easiest way to join in is to join the CAIWU bus tour – or if you can’t do the whole tour, meet us outside the school, 323 Kennington Lane, SE11 5QY, at 2.30pm

  2. Write to ENGIE and the school

    Write and tell them you support the cleaners’ campaign for the London Living Wage. Point out the school’s commitment to ensuring equality, and Engie’s to ethical business practices

  3. Donate

    You can donate to the HSBC campaign fund at http://bit.ly/caiwupp or by clicking the ‘Donate’ button at the bottom of the page

Engie-LB Mayday 2019 flyer 0.7 front

Engie-LB Mayday 2019 flyer 0.7 back


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