Celebrating your Living Wage commitment

Living Wage Employers can really benefit from accreditation by promoting their commitment far and wide. 

The Living Wage logo lets customers, clients, local governments and the public know that a company is a responsible and ethical employer who rewards their staff with a fair day's pay for a hard day's work. 

Living Wage accreditation is also a useful recruitment tool for prospective employees, with 86% of Living Wage Employers saying accreditation has improved the reputation of their business, and 75% saying it has increased motivation and retention rates for employees. 

We asked some of our accredited employers what they've done to celebrate their accreditation and really make the most of being part of the Living Wage movement. 

Clean for Good

Clean for Good is an ethical cleaning company for London. As one of the few accredited Living Wage cleaning companies, they pay the London Living Wage or more on every job and directly employ every cleaner. 


allpay Limited

allpay Limited is the market leader of payment services within the UK public and social housing sector. Since 2014, allpay Limited has been proud to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation and recognised for supporting employees by paying the real Living Wage.


Middleton Hall

Middleton Hall is an award winning retirement village based in Darlington. In 2015, they became the first adult care provider in the North East to become a Living Wage Employer. 



PKAVS is a small charity with a big heart working tirelessly to improve lives and connect communities throughout Perth and Kinross. Since becoming accredited as a Living Wage Employer in 2017, PKAVS have proudly promoted their achievement across various different platforms and channels.