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Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
Women Employed is calling on Illinois Governor Pritzker to make working women a priority as he sets his policy agenda.
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.@CheritaEllens is live on @WCPT820 asking for you all to call on your senators TODAY and urge them to "Vote Yes" t… https://t.co/V9OOQXhLdf
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Our CEO, @CheritaEllens, is on @WCPT820 speaking on pay inequality and the importance of No Salary History. Tune in… https://t.co/OlDdpL193P
Call your Illinois Senator and tell them to support a ban on salary history questions in the hiring process.
In Chicago? Women Employed is showing up and speaking out for working women all over town.
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