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Arrangements for tomorrow's strike

Fujitsu Services Limited employees across the UK will be striking tomorrow for jobs, union recognition, pay and pensions.

The latest materials and details of pickets are being posted and updated on the Fujitsu national dispute page.


What Can Cities Do For Women? Let's Ask San Francisco

Last week, I mentioned (with some consternation) that in a 45-minute speech focusing on actions the city can take to mitigate the impacts of Trump Administration policies, Mayor Ed Murray did not find time to suggest a single policy that would benefit women. 1,398 more words


Murray, Motherhood, and Microaggressions

At the end of last year, British tennis player (now Sir) Andy Murray managed to top off an amazing year, in which he won both Wimbledon and the Olympics for a second time, by achieving and retaining the world Number One spot in the rankings. 368 more words

A Day Without a Woman: March 8th

The organizing group behind the January 20th Women’s March on Washington have scheduled an woman’s strike for International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2017.

Here’s how you can take part: 198 more words

Women's Rights

Does Patagonia have the answer for narrowing the gender wage gap?

The debate around fairer pay for women feels more prominent and urgent than ever. Yet, despite this momentum, new estimates suggest the gender pay gap won’t be closed anytime soon. 94 more words


Importance of Women Inclusiveness Initiatives for a Healthy Corporate Culture

Women are stepping into the workforce not just because they want to be financially supportive members of their families but also because they have Goals and Career Aspirations. 953 more words

Women Rights

Costs Complicate Nevada Bill to Certify Equal-Pay Businesses

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — It’s been a rocky start at the Nevada Legislature for a Democratic proposal to identify government contractors who pay men and women the same rates for substantially similar work. 114 more words