Aberdeen Asset Management to pay living wage

Crawford, Robert
July 2014
Employee Benefits;7/17/2014, p3
The article reports on the accreditation of Aberdeen Asset Management PLC to be a living wage employer in London, England. It states that the investment management firm has been accredited to pay its employees from permanent staff to contractors and temporary workers at least £7.65 an hour or £8.80 an hour. It relates that Aberdeen has raised salaries for employees by 4% in January 2014.


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