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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 »
Nearly 1,000 Chicagoland leaders joined us on May 11th to network, celebrate, and make change for working women.
The wage gap isn't just a women's issue—it's a family issue.
"Workers shouldn’t be penalized for calling in sick. An ordinance...is past due." @Suntimes on #PaidSickDays in Chi: https://t.co/Ca3jV5TqmF
9 hours ago
It's a trend! Minneapolis passes #PaidSickDays: https://t.co/uuCZdnv92x. Let's make Chicago next! Help us:https://t.co/5G7NTnxc4Q
Looking for a spot to get a #MemorialDay drink? Order a Berrier Breaker at @TortoiseClub before 6/1 & $3 goes to WE! https://t.co/4mw2VK6aD5
4 days ago
What can you do right now to make Chicago a better place? Support #PaidSickDays! Follow @sicktimechicago and visit https://t.co/5G7NTnxc4Q
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