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9 to 5 Wisconsin

For mail and phone inquiries:
207 E. Buffalo St, # 211
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Phone:
(414) 274-0925
Fax:
(414) 272-2870
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Current Campaigns

Ban the Box

We believe in equal opportunity for everyone and an end to employment discrimination against the formerly incarcerated. This is why 9to5 Wisconsin has led campaigns in Milwaukee and Racine to remove the conviction history check box and other application questions about a personโ€™s criminal background.

Paid Family Leave

No one should have to choose between a paycheck and the health and well-being of their family. Weโ€™re working to create a statewide paid leave insurance program allowing Wisconsin workers to take up to 12 weeks paid time off for personal illness, family illness, or the birth or adoption of a new child.

Social Good Ordinances

We want to encourage employers to adopt progressive workplace policies with social good ordinances. This would give extra points to companies bidding for a contract with the city if they have any of the following policies: ban the box, living wages, paid sick days, paid family leave, breastfeeding accommodations.

Latest Facebook Posts

1 year ago

Check out 9to5's very own Amna Farooqi talking about how important it is everyone in Southwest ... See more

Latest Twitter Posts

Meet our new State Director, Christina Thor! Welcome to the team Christina! We are so excited to work with you. ๐Ÿ˜€ https://bit.ly/3koaiLm

There's still time to register for our July Membership Meeting. This month we will introduce you to our new State Director, @ChristinaThor, and share updates on upcoming initiatives and our committee work. Saturday, July 17th @ 2PM. See you soon!. https://bit.ly/3cVMtWM ๐Ÿ˜€

You are invited to our July Membership Meeting to meet our new State Director, @ChristinaThor. Christina will share her vision for moving 9to5 Wisconsin forward. Happening Saturday, July 17th @ 2PM. Registration is now open. https://bit.ly/3cVMtWM ๐Ÿ˜€

A recent survey shows that, whether in the office or working at home, women feel more unsupported by their employers since the pandemic. ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿฝโ€๐Ÿ’ป
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