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To: The Government

Increase Salary of Hospital Porter, Cleaners, Catering Staff and Security

Increase Salary of Hospital Porter, Cleaners, Catering Staff and Security

Tens of thousands of NHS workers are struggling to get by on the minimum wage because their private sector employers are failing to match public sector pay rises.

The estimated 100,000 low-paid cleaners, porters, security guards and catering staff who work for private contractors in hospitals across England are being treated as “second-class employees”
As a Hospital Porters, Cleaners and Catering staff will play a vital role in keeping the hospital operating and doing what it does best. Without the Porters the hospital wouldn’t be able to deliver its lifechanging medical services. Believe us when we say, this isn’t just any job, this is a job which makes a real difference.
Porters, Cleaners and Catering staff still make a difference on the front line of patient support and contribute to the fight against the coronavirus but unfortunately the salary still the same and some private contractors still paying minimum wage and no sickness pay.

Why is this important?

As a Hospital Porters, Cleaners and Catering staff will play a vital role in keeping the hospital operating and doing what it does best. Without the Porters the hospital wouldn’t be able to deliver its lifechanging medical services. Believe us when we say, this isn’t just any job, this is a job which makes a real difference.

How it will be delivered

By WhatsApp, messenger