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LONDON LIVING WAGE

The London Living Wage is an hourly rate of pay, currently set at £10.85. It is calculated independently to reflect the high cost of living in the capital, giving a worker in London and their family enough to afford the essentials and to save.

However, organisations must choose to pay their employees the London Living Wage - higher than what they're required to pay by law. 

This is why the Mayor is championing the benefits of the Living Wage - to the lives of Londoners and to your business - and encouraging employers to opt in.

 

GOOD WORK STANDARD

The Mayor's Good Work Standard brings together best employment practice and links to resources and support from across London to help employers improve their organisations. The initiative has been developed in collaboration with London's employers, professional bodies and experts.

The Good Work Standard sets the benchmark the Mayor wants every London employer to work towards and achieve. Organisations able to meet the Good Work Standard criteria can apply for accreditation and recognition as leading employers from the Mayor.

 

Promoting London

London welcomes almost 25 million visitors and 110,000 international students every year. It is consistently rated the best place in Europe to do business.

But in an age of intense global competition, London needs to sell itself: to investors, visitors and overseas students. It’s never been more important to promote London.

London & Partners is the Mayor of London's official promotional agency whose mission is to tell London's story brilliantly to an international audience. 

London & Partners' purpose is to support the Mayor's priorities by promoting London internationally as the best city in the world in which to invest, work, study and visit. 

London & Partners is led by Chair Rajesh Agrawal and CEO Laura Citron. It’s a not-for-profit public-private partnership, funded by the Mayor of London and commercial partners.

 

London Business Hub

The London Business Hub is the Mayor’s one stop shop for businesses packed full of impartial, free advice to help with any issues that you might be facing. The portal will also provide access to our free business support programmes, webinars and events. And for established businesses, the London Business Hub offers one-to-one support and meetings with business advisers who are based at Hubs across the capital. 

 

The Mayor's Entrepreneur Competition

You chance to take the title of the Mayor's Entrepreneur and win one of four £20,000 prizes to bring an idea to life.

 

Brexit Business Support

London is the best city in the world in which to do business and the Mayor of London has been clear that it will always remain open. However, we know that businesses are unsure about how they can be best prepared for Brexit.

 

Supporting various sectors

Life Sciences Sector

London is the best city in the world in which to do business and the Mayor of London has been clear that it will always remain open. However, we know that businesses are unsure about how they can be best prepared for Brexit.

 

Supporting industries that help the environment

Mayor Sadiq Khan has already taken bold action to transform London’s environment. He continues to focus on issues affecting the health and wellbeing of Londoners such as: air quality, climate change and energy, waste, green infrastructure and noise.

 

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