Hotel chain to pay 'living wage'

Peter Dominiczak
May 2012
Evening Standard;5/24/2012, p42
THE company behind Holiday Inn and Intercontinental has become the first hotel chain to back the London living wage � raising the earnings of 850 staff.


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