March WEAll Talk – The path towards a Global Living Wage

Tags: fairness, inequality, living wage, poverty, prevention, social justice
Published on March 14, 2023

In this talk, Lauren and Monalisa will make the case for paying a Living Wage and the business benefits of that. They will give a brief introduction to the Living Wage Foundation, how the campaign started, what a living wage is and what the Foundation does, bringing key Case Studies of the Global Living Wage project and some other key global initiatives being worked on.

WEAll became an accredited Living Wage Employer in the UK, and Ontario, Canada, reflecting our commitment and responsibility towards our team. In addition, we worked with relevant organisations across the other locations where we operate to ensure we meet the requirements, regardless of the accreditation process.

About Lauren

Lauren works at the Living Wage Foundation as a project manager on the Global Living Wage project. She has over 10 years’ experience in consulting and project management across private, public sector and charity organisations.

About Monalisa

As Programme Officer at the Living Wage Foundation, Monalisa is the regional lead for accreditations in the North East of England and has recently joined the Global Living Wage project. She graduated with her Master’s degree on the History of International Relations at the London School of Economics last year, and completed her Bachelors at the University of Oxford before that. During this time, she developed a keen interest in understanding social issues and finding tangible solutions to real life problems. Most recently, she worked on launching Sunderland as the first Living Wage City in the North East, and supported with the Living Wage Commission.

Join us on March 29 at 4 p.m. UTC for this amazing talk!

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