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TAKE 2 MINUTES NOW TO SUPPORT TWO NYS EQUAL PAY BILLS THAT CAN PASS this month!

…and then call Assembly Speaker Heastie at 518-455-3791 and Assemblyperson Crespo at 718-893-0202 and let them know, “I support A.5308A which prohibits employers from seeking salary history from prospective employees and establishes a public awareness campaign. Prohibiting employers from asking prospective employees for salary history is a common tactic that keeps wages low. When women don’t receive equal pay for equal work, the economy in the neighborhood, in the town or city, and the economy of the state suffers. Pay inequity hurts women. It hurts families. It hurts all of us.”

…and then call Senate President and Majority Leader at (518) 455-2585 and Senator Carlucci at 845-623-3627 and let them know, “I support S3692 which prohibits employers from seeking salary history from prospective employees and establishes a public awareness campaign. Prohibiting employers from asking prospective employees for salary history is a common tactic that keeps wages low. When women don’t receive equal pay for equal work, the economy in the neighborhood, in the town or city, and the economy of the state suffers. Pay inequity hurts women. It hurts families. It hurts all of us.”

Then call two people you know who will take this action also!

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THANK YOU!

WHEN YOU TAKE these actions, you make An impact to help close the wage gap

Return here for more actions… next up will be to: ENSURE EQUAL PAY in New York State by making it unlawful for an employer to discriminate between employees for substantially similar work on the basis of sex, race and/or national origin by paying different wages.

And then call Senate President and Majority Leader at (518) 455-2585 and Assemblyperson Crespo at 718-893-0202 and let them know, “I support A.5308A which prohibits employers from seeking salary history from prospective employees and establishes a public awareness campaign. Prohibiting employers from asking prospective employees for salary history is a common tactic that keeps wages low. When women don’t receive equal pay for equal work, the economy in the neighborhood, in the town or city, and the economy of the state suffers. Pay inequity hurts women. It hurts families. It hurts all of us.”

THANK YOU!

LETS EXPECT NEW YORK STATE LAWMAKERS TO MOVE FORWARD BEFORE JUNE, 2019!

EMAIL advocate@LatinaPayEquity.com if you want to learn how to negotiate a better salary or join a group of energetic people helping to close the wage gap or want more information about events and activities for pay equity for all women.