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Blog: 9to5 California wants you to fight for $10.50/hour

Did you know that today’s minimum wage would have to be $10.67 per hour in order to catch up with 1968? We must to catch up to 1968 this summer! And we can’t wait for incremental advances. Let’s raise the minimum wage to $10.50/hour.

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When Owning a Car is a Barrier to Families in Need

A car can make a difference between a job interview, getting a job, retaining a job, keeping your doctor’s appointment, getting your kids to daycare or school on time, and getting food on the table. But California’s auto resource rules are more restrictive than 44 other states.

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Shift Change: The stories of dignified jobs in democratic workplaces

This is a brand new documentary concerning the growing movement for worker-owned cooperatives that are reshaping the economy here and around the world. Join 9to5 members and friends for an open dialogue after the film.

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Regional Leadership Conference 2013

Come learn about fair pay and how to organize to win it at 9to5’s California’s Annual Leadership Conference.

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Take our survey now – help fix California’s school truancy policy

Have you been affected by school truancy policies? Read Veronica’s story and take the survey now.

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Celebrating FMLA: But it Falls Short

The FMLA was a major step in the right direction to provide an important benefit to employees and their families. However, FMLA is unpaid leave and 9to5 will continue to advocate for paid leave for all, both full- time and part-time workers. Won’t you join us?

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