As Black women’s recovery from the pandemic continues to lag and the job market remains hot, there is an opportunity to increase the salaries of working women and close the …
Equal Pay Day
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMar.15, 2022Contact: Kristin Kepplinger (212-255-2572 or firstname.lastname@example.org) ATLANTA — Tuesday, March 15, is Equal Pay Day, which spotlights the gender pay gap by marking the date that women …
Christina from Colorado shares how employers endanger pregnant workers by refusing to allow basic accommodations — and ultimately how this impacts the wage gap.
Marilyn from Georgia lays out how the lack of family-friendly workplace policies impact women’s income — especially in a family with a loved one in prison.
Keisha from Wisconsin lays out how not having access to paid sick days or paid family leave contributes to the wage gap by punishing women financially for taking care of our families.
Lily from Colorado shares her story of unequal pay for equal work — and all the ways she’s tried to advocate for herself.
Deb from Colorado describes how employment discrimination against trans women contributes to the wage gap.
Leisa from Texas shares how a culture of pay secrecy among co-workers, and her new employer asking about salary history, led to a history of unequal pay following her to a new job.
Yolanda from Texas talks about the gender and race wage gap for a bilingual Latina on the job hunt.