Living Wage Week 2023
6 - 12th November
'Tackling the cost-of-living crisis with a real Living Wage and Beyond'
This years’ Living Wage Week takes place from Monday 6th to Sunday 12th November 2023.
Living Wage Week is the annual celebration of the Living Wage movement. Our movement has never been more important than against the backdrop of spiralling prices and a cost of living crisis, so we want to celebrate the employers and individuals pushing our movement forward and encourage others to join the movement of over 13,000 UK accredited employers.
Living Wage Week comes just two weeks after the announcement of our new Living Wage rates and is the perfect opportunity for you to promote your Living Wage accreditation to staff, stakeholders and the public.
Join us in celebrating how the Living Wage has developed in Wales and its role in shaping a more equal Welsh economy and society. With over 500 accredited employers in Wales to date we have more employers than ever before to celebrate with this Living Wage Week. Whatever you are doing this Living Wage Week, whether it’s a celebratory cup of with your staff, sharing a post about why being a Living Wage Employer is important to you, or just a photo of your plaque or sticker. Email us to let us know when we can help with sharing on our platforms or tag us on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn with @livingwagewales and use #LivingWageWeek and #WythnosCyflogByw.
Featuring employers, workers and Living Wage leaders from across industries and sectors we hope to bring the real Living Wage in Wales to life.
The real Living Wage is the only UK wage rate based on the cost of living. It is voluntarily paid by over 13,000 UK businesses who believe their staff deserve a wage which meets everyday needs – like the weekly shop, or a surprise trip to the dentist.