Living Wage in Wiltshire? – 24 Jan 19
This ‘bite size’ event looks at how societies with less income inequalities have better health, social and wellbeing outcomes for everyone. Why the real Living Wage, as promoted by the Living Wage Foundation, makes an important contribution to tackling in work poverty, and how the voluntary sector can lead by example and thereby encourage other employers. This seminar is for Voluntary Organisations who employ staff or who actively work on poverty issues. Members of public with concerns about widening inequality. As a result of attending this seminar delegates will have a deeper understanding of the contribution of economic inequality to social and wellbeing issues and awareness of the various initiatives, including the Living Wage, which are tackling this in Britain.
|24/01/2019||16:00 - 17:30||
Wessex Community Action
Unit 6, Paxton Business Centre
Many employers have adopted the real Living Wage as a contribution to tackling in work poverty and inequality. This ‘bite size’ seminar asks the question; How could this be promoted in Wiltshire?