WLC Pay Gap Research in the News, Aug. 7 Webinar
Updated: Jul 20, 2020
In June, the Wisconsin Policy Forum published WLC-commissioned research on the gender pay gap in Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties. The research has garnered significant local and statewide media coverage.
On August 7, Noon to 1 p.m. CST, the Women's Leadership Collaborative will host a Webinar with Wisconsin Policy Forum researchers Betsy Mueller and Joe Peterangelo. Betsy and Joe will share key findings from the research report and highlight the top things leaders should know to help accelerate closure of the gap. Registration is free for members of TEMPO (including Emerging Women Leaders & Women's Affinity Alliance), Professional Dimensions, Milwaukee Women inc and $10 for guests/other. Register and learn more here.
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Wisconsin Examiner: Pay improves for women, but it still falls short
Wisconsin Public Radio: Report: Milwaukee County's Gender Pay Gap Narrows, But Overall Wages Are Low
The Daily Reporter: Report: Pay differences persist between men, women in construction
WUWM: Report: Gender Pay Gap Remains In Milwaukee County Despite Progress
BizTimes: Gender pay gap narrowing in Milwaukee, Waukesha counties
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