Walmart has been using its influence for decades to push down wages and benefits across industries. But Walmart can do better. Sign the petition to show that you support these brave men and women who are standing up for respect, rights and fair wages.
Check out this story on the minimum wage that features 9to5 Atlanta member Rev. Harriet Bradley. The story confirms that raising the minimum wage does not hurt businesses. And in fact, it boosts the economy because it allows folks to pay for basic necessities.
Thank you, Ms. Magazine for your support and sponsorship of our 40th anniversary. Check out our ad published in this month’s edition of Ms. Magazine.
Contact your member of Congress now to ensure that pregnant women can work safely during their pregnancies while continuing to support their families.
Check out this great article on 9to5 and its National Executive Director Linda Meric in Womenetics. Celebrating 9to5’s 40th anniversary, the article retraces our history and successes in putting the inequities of low-paid women on the national agenda and winning important policy victories that have improved the lives of men and women in the workplace.
The PWFA will guarantee that women who are pregnant will be treated fairly in the workplace and be able to achieve economic security for themselves and their families.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the U.S. House of Representatives voted against hard-working mothers and fathers in favor of less flexibility, less time and less money for families.
Much like a wolf in sheep’s clothing, the falsely cloaked Working Families Flexibility Act (HR 1406) would hurt, not help, families. The Working Families Flexibility Act, a true misnomer, would in reality ensure workers have less time, less flexibility and less money.
This week I will be one of several 9to5 members from across the country who will be attending Caring Across Generations Congressional briefing to discuss with Senators possible solutions to problems that domestic caregivers face every day. Check out this video to learn how you can help.
Our country is often divided by political and religious affiliations as well as geography, but there is one value that unifies us all – the belief that every American should be treated equally under the law. There has never been a better time than now to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).