Naked Wines is Committed to Operating as a Responsible Business

Proactive in our approach we strive for positive employee and stakeholder experiences across a spectrum of issues, including but not limited to working conditions, health and safety and data protection.


A group of Naked Wines employees

Our employees are valued and treated fairly. In the UK, we remain committed to paying the real living wage as an accredited company. Colleagues at the lower end of the pay scale are given a clear pathway to progressing skills and reaching a destination salary significantly above the real living wage. Whilst in California and Sydney our entry level roles exceed the local minimum wage.

Elsewhere we’re proud that Naked Wines UK was awarded 30th place in the ‘100 Best Large Companies to Work For’ category, which showcases the very best in workplace engagement. Furthermore Naked Wines has been an accredited DisabilityConfident Employer since October 2018. As a Disability Confident Employer we have demonstrated that we: (i) have undertaken and successfully completed the Disability Confident self-assessment; (ii) are taking all of the core actions to be a Disability Confident Employer; and (iii) are offering at least one activity to get the right people for our business and at least one activity to keep and develop our people.

Equality and Diversity

A group of Naked Wines employees

Naked Wines is dedicated to supporting lasting change and our intent is that all our diversity and equality initiatives must be ongoing and sustained. An Equality, Diversity and Inclusion programme is being developed with external partners to build upon current workplace diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism practices.