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Competition time! #GHOTD  #WhatWillYouBeDoing?

This year, as it is Working Families 35th anniversary, we have decided to launch the first ever Go Home on Time Day Competition!

We want to know exactly what you and your colleagues, neighbours, friends, pets or family have planned for… 102 more words


Financial Freedom

After moving to this new place, we all were thoroughly enjoying our lives. This place was nice, airy and brand new with nice views. Although the rent was high, we were in a position to afford it. 273 more words

Year 2011

Go Home on Time Day - What’s it all about?

Go Home on Time Day was established in 2000 by Working Families - the UK’s leading work-life balance organisation. The campaign is part  of National Work Life Week… 191 more words



The 2014 federal poverty guideline for a family of two is just $15,730. A minimum wage worker who works 40 hours per week – which can be rather difficult in such jobs – would earn $15,080 for the year. 479 more words

Promising Strategy Trains Workers for Jobs in Today’s Economy, Meets Employer Needs

Over the past decade, with many Americans striving to build their skills to get jobs in a rapidly changing economy, the workforce development field has witnessed a significant increase in strategies that meet the needs of both job seekers and employers. 653 more words

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The Truth About How Tipped Workers Get Paid

“The minimum wage for most tipped workers is only $2.13 an hour. That means the customer is on the hook for paying the bulk of these workers’ wages.” 222 more words


Dignified Jobs and Decent Wages

The Next 50 Years of Civil Rights and Economic Justice

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Years of organizing and civil disobedience culminated in a seminal piece of legislation prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, and sex. 383 more words

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