Linklaters, Clifford Chance, Herbert Smith and Olswang are among a number of law firms to have committed to paying the Living Wage to their lowest-paid staff. The firms join a raft of almost 100 companies to have been accredited by the Living Wage Foundation (LWF), which published a list of organisations adopting the scheme last week.
Linklaters, Clifford Chance (CC), Herbert Smith Freehills and Olswang are among a number of law firms to have committed to paying the Living Wage to their lowest-paid staff, including all outsourced employees....
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