Respecting the Bump Gets Results as Well as Respect

By: Thursday September 25, 2014 7:10 pm

Girshriela Green got involved the day someone called saying he wanted to make a change at Walmart – the corporation that had left her seriously injured from overwork and seriously underpaid. “I was sitting at home in a neck brace,” she said, “going, how did I land here – I was a model employee, I exceeded all expectations, and I’m sitting here broken.”

When she returned to work, Girshriela needed light duty because she was still recovering from the injury and because she was pregnant. She had trouble getting accommodations and began to hear from other women who were afraid to tell their manager they were pregnant. “Shouldn’t nobody be scared to tell someone you’re starting a family,” says Girshriela. “That’s a beautiful thing.”

 

9to5 Milwaukee Files Ethics Complaint Against Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice

By: Tuesday January 10, 2012 3:25 pm

The group that led the fight for paid sick days in Milwaukee has filed an ethics charge against a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, after learning that he had accepted free legal services worth tens of thousands of dollars from the same law firm that appeared before him to argue against paid sick days in Milwaukee.

Sunday Late Night: Prison Bra War

By: Sunday June 13, 2010 8:01 pm

Apparently, in the Federal penal system, wearing the wrong bra gets an attorney excluded from meeting with her client.

Blame the Little Miss

By: Thursday April 24, 2008 10:30 am

If you’re a U.S. woman and aren’t getting paid for doing the same work as men, it’s your fault.

If you’re a woman and are overweight or smoke, you’re personally responsible for contributing to the sinking U.S. life expectancy rate.

If you’re a woman and you ask for the same pay for doing the same job as your male co-worker, you only have a small window of time to do so.

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