Fight Back with Bold Bills: #StrongerCA 2018 Legislative Agenda for Gender Equity Webinar

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Go to Meeting Registration Fight Back with Bold Bills: #StrongerCA 2018 Legislative Agenda for Gender Equity Webinar Date: Friday, June 22, 2018 Time: 12:00 – 12:45 p.m. Pacific Time (US and Canada) Cost: Free California is leading the nation on bold legislation to ensure women’s equality. The Stronger CA 2018 Legislative Agenda will help end workplace sexual harassment, close the …

12 things employers can do to improve gender equality at their workplace

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Quartz June 22, 2016 By Oliver Staley Not all workplaces provide equal opportunities for men and women, but all should try. In a presentation yesterday at the Society of Human Resource Managers’ (SHRM) annual conference, Jonathan Segal, a labor attorney, laid out 12 practical steps employers can take to level the workplace for men and women. These tips are taken …

Five Ways to Win an Argument about the Gender Wage Gap (Updated 2017)

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1. Other data series on weekly or hourly earnings are not necessarily more accurate than the annual figure.
2. The annual wage ratio of 80.5 percent is actually a moderate estimate of gender pay inequality. Women of color fare much worse. Part-time
3. Women’s ‘choices’ are not necessarily choices.
4. There is no proof that being a mother makes a woman less productive on the job.
5. Discrimination is still a factor—a big one—in the gender wage gap.

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San Diego approves equal pay law to address persistent gender gap

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San Diego Union-Tribune July 31, 2017 By David Garrick San Diego on Monday became the largest city in the nation to pass a law requiring city contractors and consultants to pay employees equally regardless of gender or ethnicity. The City Council unanimously approved the new legislation, an “equal pay” ordinance that aims to help close persistent pay gaps for women …

California bosses can no longer ask you about your previous salary

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The Orange County Register PUBLISHED: October 12, 2017 at 6:15 pm | UPDATED: October 13, 2017 at 8:49 am By Margot Roosevelt | mroosevelt@scng.com A landmark new law designed to narrow the gender pay gap in the nation’s most populous state bars California employers from inquiring about applicants’ previous salaries and benefits. The salary privacy bill, was enacted by Gov. …

Glassdoor: Know Your Worth

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