As a member of 9to5, I believe the next steps for Rhode Island should be to raise the minimum wage for tipped workers (currently only $2.89 per hour) and index the state minimum wage to inflation. Both of these provisions were on the table, but were stripped from the legislation passed in 2013.
Latonya Jordan had only been a 9to5 member for a week when she joined our annual 9to5 Lobby Day at the Capitol. This was her first, but will definitely not be her last time to speak up and speak out for the changes that working women need!
January 19 was MLK Day, the day our country comes together to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 9to5 members carry on his struggle for racial and economic justice by fighting to guarantee wages and workplace conditions that provide dignity and security to all workers.
9to5 is committed to leading legislation that creates a more equitable economy and workplace for all working families in Colorado. Check out what we’re working on this year!
We want you to be a citizen lobbyist with us! Join us at the Capitol for a training session and the opportunity to talk with your elected officials about working women’s issues in Georgia.
Join 9to5 for the MLK March and Rally! Help us promote our Ban the Box Campaign
Here are FOUR great opportunities for you to get involved in our work to end wage theft and human trafficking here in San Jose!
Join us for our first membership meeting of the year!
Do you know your legal rights on the job? The difference between unfair and illegal policies? If not, plan to attend this workshop!
Join us at the MLK Community Program that will be featuring “King’s Last Year,” a dramatic reading of King’s words during the last, difficult year of his life.