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Making Cardiff a Living Wage City

Cardiff Council has launched a Real Living Wage Accreditation Support Scheme for SMEs, which offers financial support to organisations who become accredited Living Wage employers. The ‘real’ Living Wage is paid by employers on a voluntary basis, it is an hourly rate which is set independently and updated yearly. It is calculated according to the basic cost […]

Cynnal Cymru 2017 Highlights

As we approach the end of the year we wanted to take this opportunity to look back on some of the amazing achievements of 2017. We have been lucky enough to work with so many passionate and dedicated people from a wide range of businesses and organisations across Wales, and here are just a few […]

Sustain Wales Awards 2017 Winners Announced!

Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales announce the winners of the national Sustain Wales Awards 2017. Last night (30th November) Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales celebrated some of the leading organisations and individuals in Wales championing sustainability. The awards ceremony, sponsored by AM Llyr Gruffydd, took place in the Senedd in Cardiff Bay to an audience […]

Business Benefits of the Living Wage

Cardiff Business School welcomed a diverse panel of speakers including a partner from a Cardiff-based commercial law firm, a Labour Councillor, a Professor of Employment Relations and the University’s Chief Operating Officer in the latest of its Executive Education Breakfast Briefing series. The briefing, held during Living Wage Week, examined why employers choose to pay the Living […]

Living Wage new rate announced

Living Wage Week launch

On Monday 06 November, Cynnal Cymru in partnership with Citizens Cymru launched Living Wage week in Wales with a business breakfast at Capitol Law. Chris Nott, Senior Partner in Capitol Law and newly appointed Prince of Wales Ambassador for Responsible Business in Wales sponsored the event and spoke about how the living wage benefits individuals […]