Living Wage Week is a perfect opportunity to share Cardiff Labour Council’s success, not only in paying the Real Living Wage to its workers, but persuading others to do the same. I have supported the Living Wage Foundation’s work and campaigning for well over a decade and am proud that our Labour Council has prioritised lifting the pay levels of the lowest paid in our city.

Since 2012, an extra £68m has gone into Cardiff’s local economy as a result of worker pay uplifts to the Real Living Wage.

Cardiff Council has now set a more ambitious target to hit 300+ accredited workplaces in the next two years.

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