Cineworld Cinemas And The Living Wage
That this House shares the concerns of the Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union on the treatment of staff by Cineworld Cinemas; is concerned that Cineworld Cinemas staff do not all receive the Living Wage, as set by the Living Wage Foundation, company maternity or paternity pay, or company sick pay, despite Cineworld Cinemas reporting a post-tax profit of Â£83.8 million in 2015; is further concerned about lack of competition in the cinema industry following Cineworld Cinemas' acquisition of Empire Cinemas Ltd; and calls for Cineworld Cinemas to increase investment in worker welfare and pay all picturehouse staff the Living Wage, as set by the Living Wage Foundation.
This motion has been signed by a total of 1 MPs.
|Helen Hayes||01/03/2017||Dulwich and West Norwood||Labour||Proposed|
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