The well-being economy

Covid-19 demonstrated how people doing vital jobs that keep our society going are all too often low paid and undervalued.

#BetterForUs believes that such an approach needs to stop with high contributing-low paid workers receiving equity and fair treatment within our labour markets. 

All too often low paid jobs are written off as “low-skilled”,  employee voices are unheard and their contribution undervalued and stigmatised. 

We need to work together to deliver economic justice and build better communities that invest in all of our people.

We should not forget the contribution of  key workers within the everyday economy, or the importance of the everyday economy itself to community well-being and work towards a well-being economy.