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The Living Wage in Argyll

That the Parliament welcomes the decision by what it considers two iconic Argyll businesses, the Campbeltown distillers, J&A Mitchell, and the Oban Phoenix Cinema, to become living wage employers; recognises the importance of this step in demonstrating to other local companies and their business sectors the value of this commitment to employees and communities, and encourages all other Argyll employers to follow their lead.

Supported by: Stuart McMillan, Bill Kidd, Hanzala Malik, Joan McAlpine, Kevin Stewart, Rob Gibson, Nigel Don, Richard Lyle, Mike MacKenzie, John Finnie, Gil Paterson, Adam Ingram, Dennis Robertson, David Torrance, Clare Adamson, Bruce Crawford, Sandra White, Colin Beattie, David Stewart


Current Status: Fallen on 16/06/2015
 
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