Cornwall Insight is proud to have been accredited as a Living Wage Employer by the Living Wage Foundation, demonstrating its commitment to fair and equitable pay for its employees.
This accreditation guarantees that every member of Cornwall Insight’s UK team, including those under third-party contracts, receives a wage that accurately reflects the cost of living in the UK.
The Living Wage is an hourly rate that is independently calculated to reflect the true cost of everyday living. It is higher than the statutory minimum wage and is designed to ensure that all workers can afford a decent standard of living. It is currently set at £10.90 in the UK, with a higher rate of £11.95 for London.
Tina Moseley, Group Head of the People and Talent at Cornwall Insight:
“Being accredited as a Living Wage Employer is one of our proudest moments. This achievement reflects our ongoing commitment to the welfare and satisfaction of our employees. By providing a wage that reflects the true cost of living, the company is taking a proactive stance to support our team in achieving a better work-life balance.
“At Cornwall Insight, our people are our most valuable asset. We firmly believe that a fair and competitive wage is not only vital for the wellbeing of our employees but also instrumental for our continued success.
“This accreditation extends beyond our employees, it is also a commitment to Norwich as our home and all the other communities in which we work across the UK. We are honoured to be playing our part in creating a more just and equitable society where everyone can thrive.”
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About the Cornwall Insight Group
Cornwall Insight is the pre-eminent provider of research, analysis, consulting and training to businesses and stakeholders engaged in the Australian, Great British, and Irish energy markets. To support our customers, we leverage a powerful combination of analytical capability, a detailed appreciation of regulation codes and policy frameworks, and a practical understanding of how markets function.