Living Wage

Pub pay: a fair wage for pub staff?

Pub salaries – who gets paid the most?

By Nicholas Robinson

Employment in pubs is at a five-year high, with staff on average paid more than the national living wage. However, the trade still struggles to fill vacancies and some workers can feel short-changed when it comes to salaries

Sustainable Restaurant Association managing director, Mark Linehan:

Casual Dining

National living wage 'could be positive for pubs'

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs can thrive under the national living wage (NLW) when it comes into force on 1 April, two operators have said, despite dire warnings from other trade leaders who say otherwise.

'Lack of input' on living wage


'Lack of input' on living wage

By Emily Sutherland

The Budget last week threw up an unexpected change to pay packets at pubs. Emily Sutherland finds out what sector bosses think of the implementation of a living wage — which has been introduced after no consultation with the industry.

Commitment: Faucet Inn pledges to becoming Living Wage employer

Faucet Inn makes Living Wage pledge

By Adam Pescod

Faucet Inn, the London-based pub operator, has pledged its commitment to becoming a Living Wage employer, claiming it is the first pub company in the UK to do so.

The vast majority of pub and bar staff are paid below the Living Wage

The pub industry should be paying the Living Wage

By Publican Sam

Today marks the beginning of Living Wage Week 2012, which, will encourage employers throughout the country to bring the poorest paid workers to a pay level above that of the national minimum wage.