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Living wage boost for bus operator’s team

Community transport operator, CT4N, has become the latest organisation to provide a real financial boost for its employees during the cost-of-living crisis after becoming an accredited Living Wage Employer.

The not-for-profit bus firm has not only pledged to pay all its staff well above the statutory minimum wage, salaries even exceed the Living Wage Foundation’s recommended £10.90 per hour.

On becoming one of the latest of 13,000 employers to sign up to the Living Wage campaign, Ian Combellack, CT4N Managing Director, explained: “We recognise that our workforce is our most valuable asset, and it’s only fair they should be paid appropriately for all their hard work and professionalism.

“As a result, all our employees receive at least £11.13 an hour, and we’re sure this commitment to fair pay will help us to retain and reward colleagues, while helping us find new recruits for our friendly and diverse team.

“This will be vital as we look to achieve our mission to provide a range of transport solutions to reduce social isolation and promote community cohesion across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.”

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In addition to the Living Wage, CT4N offers a host of employee benefits, including a generous holiday allowance and a long-service award scheme that includes additional leave.

Employees can also take advantage of a cycle-to-work initiative and private healthcare, as well as participation in a scheme that offers discounts on a range of electrical goods.

It’s currently recruiting drivers for its community services, as well as commercial operations that support its charitable work.

Further information about these vacancies, and applications for jobs, can be found on the CT4N website at www.ct4n.co.uk.

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