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purpletracksuit 45m
Hey , firstly, trans people have a hard enough tome as it is without being trivialised. Secondly, hope youโ€™re prepared for the pay cut.
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Jack Ellis-Leek Nov 11
I am in full support of therefore it is in my best interest to make sure that our government does itโ€™s very best at ensuring that people of both genders, disabilities or needs of assistance are all paid fairly and equally
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Gail S. Eisenberg 12m
Had a meaningful day lobbying for Equal Pay for Equal Work with WeWill yesterday. I urge the ILGA to close the current loophole in the Illinois Equal Pay Act that allows employers to pay women less than men based on their salary history, compounding the pay gap.
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eujeanie klass Nov 12
for salary and wages including pensions Now please Remember every human being comes from a woman. Government put your money where your mouth is. Talk does not pay for the rising cost of living. Equal Pay Act
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ruchiangrish 5h
K'taka to build 350ft Cauvery statue in own Disneyland. Why we need statues in the first place... Instead focus on issues like Women's safety, education, health care, poverty,
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Today's Document Nov 9
Telegram from Ben Woodard, President of Local 599 of the United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America urging the National War Labor Board to hold hearings on for women, 75 years ago
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Womans Rights Nov 12
Working in the day is hard enough, yet not being paid equally makes it even harder. We sit in factories all day, making the clothes you see on people everyday on the street, and yet you pay us as if money should be a treet that you give a dog. We want equal pay!
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Hangry Retailist Nov 12
My new monthly salary proposed by my company is a joke. My bf got 100.- chf more than me although I'm doing the same work as him!
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Resourceful HR Nov 13
We were honored to serve as sponsors for today's meeting. Jodi Slavik from facilitated an engaging session and legal update, including information about . Check out more in the Vigilant Equal Pay Guide here:
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Denver MSM Hides Corruption โš–๐Ÿ”ฅ 16h
A big part of this wealth gap is the generations of corruption against people of color in professional licensing. They also a large part of the gap for both race and gender. Please look into them.
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Maurice Blackburn 10h
Great discussion on need to reduce barriers to flexible work for both women AND men to bridge the gender pay gap
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ลครถรฤŽ ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™Š 13h
How much more money is making than ?
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ARAG UK Nov 12
Today is the first Monday after . Effectively women are working for free for the rest of the year, and worse: 1 in 3 of us don't even realise is a legal right. For more on the topic read this interesting article from :
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AWS London 17h
Really informative talk from Lara Kennedy on . Good to get a better understanding of the law and issues facing women who are not receiving equal pay. Thank you Lara and thanks to all who contributed to a great discussion of all the issues.
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Gender Wage Gap 16h
Parents should spend equal time breadwinning and caregiving! Children benifit from equal care from parents. Help lead the push to get family friendly policies passed in the US.
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WMF Events 1h
David Proud, Development Producer, 104 Films and Actor has agreed to speak at conf.:
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Paula Gilligan Nov 13
Boyle, McElligott,& O'LEARY, (2004). For Irish public sector, benchmarking led to 1.3% increase for women, but 11.8% for men. Not 'maternity' pay gap.
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Lean In DC 23h
At the โ€œBalancing the Scales: The Private Sector & Gender Equalityโ€ event with CEO of , activist Lilly Ledbetter, CEO of and CLO of
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Jungle Nov 13
Great article about the opportunity to redefine how we treat women at work. At the conference, I noticed some still getting & mixed up and how many organisations just don't know how to address the .
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BBC Woman's Hour Nov 8
How could we improve gender equality at work? โš–๐Ÿ“ We asked for her top tips ๐ŸŒŸ She thinks supporting each other more is key. ๐Ÿค” Do you agree? Watch below & for more WH video ๐ŸŽฅ๐Ÿ‘‰
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