Equal Pay Day for Women and Minorities
To raise awareness of the need for equal pay for all, Construction Finance is giving FREE billing advice to all women or minority owned businesses throughout the entire month of April! Some FAQ topics include:
*Job Costing – Direct / Indirect
*Employees vs Contract Labor
*Lease / Rent Equipment vs Purchase
*Financing Projects -Loans vs Invoice Factoring
Call John Sawyer 870-277-4171 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your billing questions.
According to the National Committee on Pay Equity, Equal Pay Day is April 5th, 2017 or the second Tuesday in April each year. Employees are encouraged to wear red to work to raise awareness of how far ‘in the red’ women and minorities are in term of equal pay.
Equal Pay Day was originated by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996 as a public awareness event to illustrate the gap between men’s and women’s wages.
On previous Equal Pay Days, grassroots organizing on fair pay swept local communities. Women’s business and professional associations, labor groups, civil rights organizations and others committed to equal pay coordinated activities to raise awareness about how to solve wage inequity.
Equal Pay Day 2012: NCPE honored Betty Dukes, who became the face of pay equity as the key plaintiff charging Wal-Mart with sex-based discrimination in pay and promotion.
>> Other 2012 activities
Equal Pay Day 2009: NCPE joined AAUW and BPW in a Congressional briefing.
Equal Pay Day 2006: NCPE joined forces with The WAGE Project to encourage the formation of WAGE Clubs.
Information above sited from: https://www.pay-equity.org/day.html