Equal pay for equal work

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission doesn't want to require large employers to provide data on pay detailed by race, gender.
Lim was offered far less than co-writer Peter Chiarelli by Warner Bros.
The lobbyists reportedly created a presentation that compares the men's and women's team's benefits to prove that the women aren't underpaid.
A book for all of us hot and bothered for equal pay ... and Tom Hardy.
The pay gap has trapped generations of women. But there’s another way.
The legislation would force competitions held on state-granted land or property to reward male and female competitors equally.
The actress and L.A. Lakers star are co-executive producers for the upcoming series "Madam C.J. Walker."
The former E! News co-host spoke to HuffPost about her fight to end pay inequality and why more men need to get involved.
Micah Weinberg, President of Bay Area Council Economic Institute, shared that "I have to affirmatively remember to mentor
How can working women help each other get through the first few weeks if not months of all the transitions they and their kids go through?
The nation is mourning with the families and friends of those who died and praying for a speedy and full recovery for those
Pay transparency laws represent the latest effort to close the gap, which has remained stubbornly in place for decades. But will they be effective?
It is no accident that during Women's History Month five members of the world champion U.S. Women's National Soccer Team have filed a lawsuit with the EEOC alleging that they have been significantly (and in some examples shockingly) paid less than the men's team.
I recently sat down with Jim Ireton, former Mayor of Salisbury, who is running against Andy Harris (R-MD) the current Congressperson in Maryland's 1st Congressional District.
In his maniacal rantings about Hillary playing the woman's card Trump ignores what is right before his eyes; she is a brilliant, experienced and passionate woman whose supporters, male and female, will be working hard to elect her President of the United States of America.
Women found reasons -- she is divisive, strident, and loud -- to not support Bella Abzug when she ran for the Senate. Those are some of the same perceived flaws some women are using to convince themselves not to support the most brilliant and prepared person to run for President in decades.
California is now poised to have the strongest equal pay law in the country. If signed into law, this legislation would strengthen the ability for women to legally challenge pay inequity.