Working in a joined up way
Making sure the elderly get the services they need
Breaking the link between poor health and poverty
“Workers in any job deserve a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.
No-one should have to go home and worry about having to put food on the table or heat their home when they’ve been out and worked hard for many hours.
The Living Wage not only benefits the recipient but also the employer. Research has shown employers enjoy better recruitment and retention rates, lower absenteeism, an improvement in people’s work and a reputation for being an ethical employer which cares about its staff.”