Women at Work Initiative
Gender equality in the workplace depends on fairness for women and families.
Working women disproportionately encounter barriers to fair employment, from sexual harassment to the glass ceiling to wage disparities. They remain concentrated in low-wage jobs and make up 2/3 of the minimum wage workforce. The gender wage gap – women making on average 78 cents to a man’s dollar – has not budged in ten years, impacting women in nearly every industry. Our Women at Work Initiative seeks to remove systemic barriers to women’s economic security, including sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination, and unequal pay.
Stronger California: California’s first women’s economic agenda, led by ERA and a network of over 25 social justice organizations.
Taskforce on Tradeswomen Issues: Lifting up women in male-dominated industries like the trades, through enforcement, education and community-building.
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By Rebecca Berry, Esq. Disturbing and triggering news related to sexual violence is almost unavoidable these days. From #MeToo stories in Hollywood, to the news of Bill Cosby’s sentencing, and...
We will be calling on our Equal Rights Advocates’ Action Team to help us push Governor Jerry Brown to sign ALL of CA’s #MeToo bills into law. JOIN THE ACTION TEAM. HELP US ENSURE A SAFE WORKPLACE FOR...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 CONTACT Jess Eagle Equal Rights Advocates 415.575.2380 email@example.com ERA Supports McDonald’s Workers in Nationwide Strike Protesting...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, August 31, 2018 CONTACTS Jess Eagle Equal Rights Advocates 415.575.2380 firstname.lastname@example.org Jasmin Tuffaha CA Employment Lawyers Association 818.274.6649...
CA lawmakers are voting today: SB 1300 needs your support now! California lawmakers are about to vote on SB 1300 today, a #TakeTheLead bill that’s part of the strongest package of sexual harassment...
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