Fair work John Paul Jones Statement
John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum is a Scottish charity committed to upholding Fair Work First this means we are committed to paying the Real Living Wage to our staff. We are committed treating our staff fairly and adjusting ourselves to suit the individual needs of our employees to uphold a fair working environment.
John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum is committed to paying the Real Living Wage to our employees. We value our staff and understand the times we live in are pressing with the cost of living rising.
We provide appropriate channels for effective workers’ voices; John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum will support staff to join unions and be transparent and open when discussing employees’ rights.
We want to develop John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum, so staff and volunteers are treated fairly keeping working staff contracts separate from volunteering roles. This protects staff jobs as well as volunteers to create an environment equal where both employees and volunteers will be a compliment to one another in the progression of John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum and in the best interest of both parties.
We don’t have our employees on zero-hour contracts.
Each role we provide has same equal pay for employed staff. We encourage diversity and equalities this means we consider each staff member as an individual taking into consideration their personal abilities or limitations and providing an environment in which they can thrive. We treat staff equally.
We are flexible and family friendly, respect religious commitments, and flexible working days when appropriate. We oppose fire and rehire practices.
The trustees of John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum approved the use of Fair Working practices and payment of the Real Living Wage at a meeting on 18th September 2023.