November 11 to November 15 - WEC CAMPAIGN
PAY EQUITY WEEK and RELEASE OF WEC VIDEO
As part of the new Women's Equality Coalition "Upgrade New York" campaign, this week we are focusing on one of the Women's Equality Agenda provisions, Equal Pay, and the release of our new look and fabulous video.
We are asking you to:
- Join our TWITTER POWER LUNCH - 12 to 1 pm - Any day next week
- Post on Facebook.
- Share the new VIDEO WEC VIDEO and PETITION with your networks
Pick a Day and TWEET at NOON!
All week we will use the equal pay theme, focusing on different groups of women. The WEC Social Media team will post & tweet each day, with an Equal Pay Coalition NYC member taking the lead:
- MONDAY, NOV. 11 - Focus on WOMEN VETS - led by @AAUWNY - Click for tweets and info
- TUESDAY, NOV. 12 - Focus on WOMEN OF COLOR - led by @NOW_NYC
- WEDNESDAY, NOV 13 -MOMMY PENALTY / OLDER WOMEN - led by @ABetterBalance and @LWVNYS
- THURSDAY, NOV 14 - Focus on YOUNG WOMEN - led @AAUWNY
- FRIDAY, NOV 15 - Focus on WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP and NON TRADITIONAL JOBS - led by @EqualPayNY and @WomensCityClubNY and @LegalMomentum
Thanks to all the EPCNYC members for making this week successful!
Equal Pay Sample Tweets:
WEC Sample Tweets and Posts:
· To tweet: #WEAreStrong & our laws should be just as strong. It's time to #UpgradeNY w/ Women's Equality Agenda! @NY4Womenhttp://youtu.be/zqXnqtIjKjQ
· To post on facebook:
The Women's Equality Agenda would help the 10 million women of New York and their families by simply updating our laws to reflect the reality of women's lives in the year 2013. LIKE if you agree it's time for an #UpgradeNY http://youtu.be/zqXnqtIjKjQ
Our equal pay laws were signed 50 years ago. It is time for an upgrade! To secure equal pay, we need stronger laws, which Gov. Cuomo's equal pay plank of WEA will provide. The new law would (a) protect workers if they talk about their salaries by outlawing wage secrecy policies, (b) close a loophole in New York's equal pay law that allows employers to justify paying female employees less, and (c) discourage discrimination by increasing damages available to employees.
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