Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
Millions of workers with unstable schedules feel like pawns in a game they don't control. We're working to promote solutions and awareness is spreading. Learn more»
We drafted the bill, worked the halls in Springfield, mobilized constituents—and won! Learn more»
Debt, a lack of student supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way. See our vision to change that here»
Awesome #FunnyOrDie video w/ Christina Hendricks skewers gender inequality in the (*cough* *cough*) "modern" office: http://t.co/vP4tZG380G
23 hours ago
84% of Chicagoans across age, race, income, gender lines support raising Chi's #MinimumWage to $13 http://t.co/NcS6El1zUl. #RaiseTheWage!
RT @k_sujata: @ChiFdn4Women Unequal pay because we don't know what our male counterparts make. @WomenEmployed is working on #paycheckfairne…
.@starbucks employees, @starbucksunion members, customers come together to demand stable hours + access to FT work. http://t.co/MaDGVmhzkr
5 days ago
Glad to see @Starbucks' quick response to @jodikantor's @nytimes article on scheduling, but baristas need more #fairstarbucks
RT @duganbassett: Just in time tech vs poor! Thanks @WomenEmployed- you were ahead of curve on this! http://t.co/j6EdZxXqyt #talkpoverty vi…
RT @k_sujata: @ChiFdn4Women grnte @WomenEmployed has solutions:Scheduling Technology Leaves Low-Income Parents With Hours of Chaos:http://…
♥breaking @nytimes story shows how #UnstableSchedules rip lives apart. They need more stories. Share in the comments http://t.co/zYiylJpMxb
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