In this country, we will pay someone more to take of our cars than we will pay them to take care of our children or elderly parents.
Leisa from Texas shares how a culture of pay secrecy among co-workers, and her new employer asking about salary history, led to a history of unequal pay following her to a new job.
Unexpected car issues, outgrowing pants, and needing new shoes don’t wait till the next pay check.
Yolanda from Texas talks about the gender and race wage gap for a bilingual Latina on the job hunt.
Kiki from Pennsylvania shares how legal discrimination against single moms contributes to the wage gap.
9to5 members are the lifeblood of our organization. They are central to 9to5’s work to improve the lives of working women and their families. That’s why each year from February through the end of April we run 9to5’s annual Membership Drive, dedicated to recruiting new members at a discounted rate.
9to5 Wisconsin is hosting Feminism on Tap and this month’s focus is on the wage gap. Join 9to5 members, community partner organizations, and elected officials as we highlight and protest the wage gap in Madison.
Join 9to5 members, community partner organizations, and elected officials as we highlight and protest the wage gap in the Fox Valley.
Colorado has fallen woefully behind, and until last year was one of only eight states that hadn’t updated laws to give victims of illegal discrimination the right to seek justice and be made whole for their damages. When it is enacted next year, HB 1136 will preserve, not cost, Colorado jobs.
9to5 member De Jimenez testifies that Colorado’s bill to expand the child care tax credit to the poorest working families is fundamentally about fairness.