The Justice for Cleaners campaign reaches Goldman Sachs, where "hidden workers" are paid only £6.20 an hour.
Cleaners at Goldman Sachs have joined the T&G's Justice for Cleaners campaign, and are demanding higher wages. Goldman Sachs, a leading investment bank, will pay it's full time staff an average of £293,000 this year in bonuses alone.
However, it is a different story for the one hundren strong cleaning team, who are contracted to clean Goldman Sach's offices through a contract with Mitre. The majority of Goldman Sachs' cleaners work a 10pm to 6am shift, and many work more than one job to get by.
Goldman Sachs is the latest to be targetted in the Justice for Cleaners campaign, after HSBC negotiated improved pay for it's Canary Wharf cleaners earlier in the year.
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