Living Wage Week

Join an online event
Join an online event

We're just finalising the details for our Living Wage Week 2020 events, but don't worry registrations will be on this page very soon. So do check back in with us.

However, if you're interested in working out your own Living Wage Week plans, we're hosting an accredited employer and Recognised Service Provider webinar on 'How to make the most of Living Wage Week' - details are below.

Regional events:

London Launch event (9 Nov, 9-10am)

 To attend please contact us here.

As well as announcing the new Living Wage rate for London, this online webinar will feature speeches from a diverse panel of speakers from Living Wage Employers and special guests, as well as the premiere of very special music video from Living Wage campaigners!

North West Living Wage Week event (9 Nov, 4-5pm)

 To attend please contact us here.

This online webinar will feature a panel discussion including both Metro Mayors Andy Burnham and Steve Rotherham, interactive audience polls and a Q&A. There will also be a specially commissioned video celebrating the work of employers in making Salford a Living Wage City.

Living Wage in the West Midlands (10 Nov,  2-3pm)

To attend please contact us here.

It’s the 250+ accredited Living Wage Employers in the West Midlands who will help us to recover and rebuild. This event is all about celebrating those organisations in the region committing to paying their workers a wage that meets the cost of living. It also provides an opportunity for those organisations interested in the real Living Wage to gain an introduction to the network and learn more.

Living Wage in the South West (11 Nov 3.30-5pm)

To attend please contact us here.

Living Wage Week 2020 - North East (11 Nov, 4-5.30pm)

To attend please register here.

Join us for our Living Wage Week 2020 event in the North East.

Royal Docks Living Wage Week Online Roundtable (12 Nov, 1-2.15pm)

To attend, please contact us.

The Living Wage Foundation and Newham Citizens are hosting an online roundtable discussion focused on promoting the Living Wage in the Royal Docks. 



Employer hosted events: