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Why Does the Wage Gap Exist & What Can We Do About It?

Santa Clara County Domestic Violence Council

Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)

Why Does the Wage Gap Exist & What Can We Do About It?

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- Join Us for a panel discussion on the wage gap.  Speakers will address the wage gap in public and private workplaces, navigate legal remedies, discuss strategies in specific cases, and develop best practices for employers.

This event is free and open to the public in recognition of Equal Pay Awareness Month in Santa Clara County.  2 MCLE credits offered

PANELISTS

Esther Peralez-Dieckmann, Moderator, Office of Women's Policy

Rachael Langston, Legal Aid Society

Marcia Mitchell, EEOC

Jennifer Reisch, ERA

Ruth Silver Taube - Supervising Attorney, Workers' Rights Clinic, Santa Clara University School of Law; Senior Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center

Kelly Jenkins-Pultz, DOL Women's Bureau

For more information, contact The Office of Women's Policy:

 (408) 299-5135 or owp@ceo.sccgov.org

This event is sponsored by:

The Bay Area Equal Pay Collaborative

AAUW San Jose - DOL Women's Bureau Region IX - Equal Pay Coalition - Equal Rights Advocates - EEOC San Jose & San Francisco - Legal Aid Society Employment Law Center - Katherin & George Alexander Community Law Center - OFCCP San Francisco & San Jose - County of Santa Clara Office of Women's Policy

Have questions about Why Does the Wage Gap Exist & What Can We Do About It?? Contact Santa Clara County Domestic Violence Council

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County Government Center, Lower Level Conference Room
70 W Hedding St
San Jose, CA 95110

Thursday, April 17, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Santa Clara County Domestic Violence Council

The Domestic Violence Council’s (DVC) mission is to act in an advisory capacity to the Board of Supervisors to assure safety and restoration for victims of domestic violence, cessation of the violence, and accountability for batterers.

 

The Domestic Violence Council will do this by:

 

  •  Improving coordination among agencies, departments, courts, members of the community and victims in matters of family violence and abuse;

  • Promoting effective prevention, intervention and treatment techniques that will be developed based upon research and data collection;
  • Improving the response to domestic violence and abuse in order to reduce incidents thereof; and
  • Educating the public about the need to end domestic violence.


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Why Does the Wage Gap Exist & What Can We Do About It?
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