Sutton , Cheam and Worcester Park MP Paul Scully sponsored and spoke recently recently in a debate on the National Living Wage.
“Having been an employer for much of my career before being elected as the MP for Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park, I know how important it is to look after your employees.
“In recognition of Living Wage Week, Parliament took the time to debate the National Living Wage last Thursday.
“I joined my neighbouring MP for Mitcham and Morden, Siobhain McDonagh, in calling for this important debate and was delighted that MPs were given the opportunity to discuss this topic.
“I have always tried to pay my employees above the minimum wage at a competitive rate, both to get the best out of them as employees and to help give them a decent wage to live on.
” I hope employers will be listening to what MPs said.”
To listen to Paul’s speech please go to NATIONAL LIVING WAGE