The practice of paying subminimum wages to people with disabilities is outdated and unjust. Today, across the United States nearly 230,000 people with disabilities are legally paid less than minimum…
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Job Survival Helpline caller Charisse shares the lessons she learned fighting back against workplace sexual harassment.
9to5 helped lead the fight to increase the minimum wage because WOMEN make up the majority of minimum wage workers across the country, and Black and Latinx women are significantly over-represented in low-wage work!
We work in an industry where harassment is so normalized that it’s basically a rite of passage for young actresses. But we are not powerless.
On average, Latinas who work full time, year round make only 54 cents to every dollar made by white, non-Hispanic men. I’m the sole provider for myself and my four kids. Why should I have to work two jobs just to earn what a man can bring in working one job?
Sexual harassment on the job — and repercussions for harassers — has been in the news a lot this week. We know that sexual harassment is pervasive even in 2017, and we’ve got the resources to help you combat it in your workplace.
As the co-chairs of 9to5’s Board of Directors, we’re proud of our history and of 9to5’s work to engage our communities in the voting process. It’s going to take every one of us in this fight. As lifelong activists in the voting rights movement, here is how and why we stay involved.
As we watched the acts of white supremacy and hatred carried out in Charlottesville, we’re outraged, heartbroken, and called to deepen our commitment to love, resistance, justice, and to each other.