Officially a Fair Employer
Synyega have been announced as one of the first 50 organisations to have been awarded Aspiring status of the Mayor’s Fair Employment Charter of the Liverpool City Region, which encourages businesses to pay staff a Real Living Wage, clamp down on the use of zero hours contracts, provide mental health support, encourage flexible working and engage with trade unions.
A further 85 companies are also in talks to sign the charter. Steve Rotherham, Mayor of Liverpool City Region said “The Charter is about shining a highlighting and promoting good employers who do the right things – and we know that there are plenty of them in our region.”
Synyega are committed to a fair and equitable working environment, as Director Sue Reid outlined “We have always strived to make our workspace as flexible and fair as possible and our inclusion as one of the first organisations to sign to this Charter is a reflection of that commitment.” Synyega are in illustrious company as some of the other 49 organisations include Liverpool John Moores University, Everton Football Club and The Walton Centre.
More details on the Charter can be found here: https://www.liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk/liverpool-city-region-employers-sign-up-to-mayors-pledge-to-stamp-out-poverty-pay-and-improve-working-practices/