Conference: Fair Work - A route out of poverty?


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Motonovo Finance
Central Square
Cardiff CF10 1FS

With increased focus on the importance of fair work, the Bevan Foundation and Business in the Community are co-hosting a conference to look at how fair work can provide a route out of poverty.

bevan foundation logoWork is the most important route out of poverty for working-age people, but now more than ever, it is not a guaranteed one.  With more than one in four workers in Wales paid less than the living wage, poor quality jobs hold back individuals from reaching their potential and keep the Welsh economy in the slow lane. With clear links between job quality and productivity, ‘fair work’ is now firmly on policy makers’ agendas. But there remains uncertainty about what ‘fair work’ means. This event will shine a spotlight on this issue, taking a closer look at who is affected by unfair work and some of the solutions that can create good working lives that build wellbeing and prosperity for all. 
With contributions across the public, private and third sectors; presentations, panel debate and networking; The Bevan Foundation, together with Business in the Community Cymru would like you to join us for what should be an enjoyable and interesting day.
This event may be of particular interest to those working in stakeholder communications, human resources, personnel and employee wellbeing.
This event is open to Business in the Community members and non-members. Attendance is not included in the cost of BITC membership but there is a substantial discount available. Please contact Annie Williams, Communications Assistant and EA to the Director, for further information. 
Booking and further details
For more information and to access the BITC discount code, please contact Annie Williams or book online at the Bevan Foundation