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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
Women Employed is on the forefront of the fight to raise the minimum wage locally and nationally.
Nearly 300 people joined us for a great conversation with the author of Bad Feminist.
WE Exec Director Anne Ladky talks about #LowWageWork, #PaidSickDays, #VolatileScheduling more on Comcast Newsmakers: http://t.co/AsXJB8Dq1Z
1 day ago
600 students out sick in Oak Park. District's advice? Keep sick kids home. But what about parents w/o #PaidSickDays? http://t.co/V0umkBJD3g
2 days ago
A growing # of companies are taking steps to close the #WageGap. Bonus benefit: more wmn in upper ranks http://t.co/q7OQDJYdrT via @nytimes
3 days ago
NYTimes: Unsteady incomes, volatile schedules keep families behind: http://t.co/sR3OlpDRbp
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