9to5 joined the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC-United) and other organizations to release a new report, “The Third Shift: Child Care Needs and Access for Working Mothers in Restaurants,” this week.
Check out our latest blog in the Huffington Post. According to a report released by Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, 9to5 and others, female restaurant workers pay penalties for both gender and motherhood.
Today’s Supreme Court decisions ignore the realities of the workplace and make it harder for workers who experience discrimination on the job to seek justice. 9to5 calls on Congress to remedy these decisions by passing legislation to eliminate and prevent workplace discrimination.
Today’s Supreme Court decisions are a huge step forward on the road to full equality for lesbian and gay Americans. Every American regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity should be protected against discrimination, afforded legal protections, and provided equal treatment under the law
Read about the big wins for working families and 9to5’s upcoming events in the summer edition of the Newsline. Be the first to know.
“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have little.” Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Today’s Supreme Court’s decision on Fisher v. University of Texas is good news for building a more diverse and inclusive America. Diversity benefits everyone and helps prepare tomorrow’s leaders for a global marketplace.
As the full Senate begins debate on historic immigration reform, 9to5 members including Julie Nguyen, a 31- year-old grad student studying social work at Georgia State University, are mobilizing with hundreds of women immigrants and community leaders from across the country for “Women Stand Together” on Capitol Hill today! Read why passage of common-sense immigration reform is central to women’s equality.
Today is the 50th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act. We’ve made progress, but we still have work to do. Check out 9to5’s blog published in The Huffington Post.
While some naysayers including politicians and television personalities want to blame working mothers for the state of our nation, it’s really the state of our nation that’s to blame for these issues facing working mothers. Check out Linda Meric’s blog in the Huffington Post.