Jump to navigation
Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
The proposed ordinance would grant all employees in Chicago the ability to earn paid sick time. Women Employed is working to ensure it becomes law. Learn how you can help »
Mix, mingle, and be inspired at WE's annual luncheon.
The wage gap isn't just a women's issue—it's a family issue.
RT @MaryKayDevine: Mix, mingle & get inspired! Join me & @WomenEmployed at #TheWorkingLunch on 5/11 to hear #SCOTUS expert Marcia Coyle https://t.co/L28jH62Y1G
15 hours ago
RT @NorthridgeGroup: Northridge is a proud sponsor of the @WomenEmployed Working Lunch. Learn more about the May 11 event here: https://t.co/JSu63GjVBU
Just a few tix left for #TheWorkingLunch on May 11! Don't have yours yet? Get them today! https://t.co/qBE5evbURR https://t.co/G6n1onZ0kJ
19 hours ago
RT @EqualPayDayChic: Photos from #EqualPayDayChi https://t.co/mAXUSC3eWA @lovespeaks2U @Luvvie @ladiesincomedy @YWCAChicago @womenemployed @chicCPA @FMSupreme
22 hours ago
Stay on top of the issues with our monthly e-newsletter.
Share your experiences as a working woman trying to make ends meet.
Tell others how unstable schedules impact workers' lives.
65 E. Wacker Place • Suite 1500 • Chicago, Illinois 60601
Ph. 312 782 3902 • Fax. 312 782 5249
Board Member Login
©2016. All Rights Reserved.
Women Employed and WE are registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office