As a co-creator of the inaugural Black Women’s Equal Pay Day Clock Out & Rally event, held July 28, 2015 in the Georgia State Capitol, I wanted people to know that it’s time for change. I want to switch the nation’s focus
As we fight for “100% equality” for women and families, our resolve is renewed when our bodies and minds are healthy.
We’re sending a message to all employers illegally stealing wages from their workers: We will not put up with wage theft in our city or county!
Ten years ago I was able to buy four monthly bus passes for the price of one bus pass today and in a few short months that price will be going up $20.
Fast forward 18 years. My passion for children has increased, my skill set has increased, but unlike my experience and love of youth, wages have yet to increase in proportion with my talent.
9to5 seeks an experienced Public Relations and Communications professional to coordinate external and internal communications using print journalism, broadcast media, social media, blogs and websites to reach the media, public, and 9to5 members with our messages.
Bullying in the workplace causes the loss of billions from our economy, targets may suffer health harming effects and career damage.
After I had asked Lindsey what types of subjects would be covered, I honestly wondered why I was invited to 9to5’s Regional Leadership Conference.
It’s a story more common than we might think.
Jennette Wilfong, a Missouri 9to5 member, worked in a group home for adults with developmental disabilities. She worked 50-60 hours a week, and was on call 24/7 Monday to Friday, as well as some weekends and holidays.