Women’s Rights in the Workplace A weekly conversation about workplace discrimination and the state of labor and employment law with Women’s Rights in the Workplace lawyer Jack Tuckner and his guests.

April 15, 2014  

   Join Women's Rights in the Workplace advocates Jack Tuckner and Deborah O'Rell as they rant about the unsurprising but still disappointing Republican vote blocking of the Paycheck Fairness Act last week--yet again--to deprive women of equal pay for equal work.  Republicans love the ladies ("they take women to dinner, they buy women diamonds and open car doors for women," according to Rush Limbaugh), they just don't want them to earn what they're worth.  Learn why women still earn only 77 cents for every dollar a man earns for comparable work, and why the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Lily Ledbetter Act have substantial loopholes that render those laws insufficient to eradicate gender pay disparity for good.

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