Courtesy of Publicity
Courtesy of Publicity

One day ahead of National Equal Pay Day on April 2, Time’s Up has launched a “Time’s Up Pay Up” national awareness campaign to talk pay parity. Women (and notably women of color) earn less than their male counterparts in the workplace, and the organization wants to help close the gender gap.  

Joining forces, Jennifer Siebel Newsom (California’s First Partner), Julie A. Su (California Labor Secretary), The California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls and Time’s Up have unveiled an #EqualPayCA program to promote California Pay Equity Task Force findings and resources.

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