On March 29, 2021, the Local Lodge 811 Women’s Committee, lead by committee Chair Sarah Monderoy Garcia, celebrated Women’s History Month by honoring the contributions women have made in their communities, society and the world. The celebration included IAM speakers on various topics as well as acts of kindness for local women in need. Sister Garcia
Today marks the day into the next year where a woman on average meets the earnings of what an average man earned in 2020. That is a whopping 15 months. In other words, women work for free for 3 months compared to their male co-workers. If you look at a typical 9:00-5:00 work day, women
Today, March 9th , is the day an Asian American/Pacific Islander woman finally hits the annual salary from last year that of her non-Hispanic male counterpart. The average Asian American/Pacific Islander Woman is paid $0.87 for every $1.00 paid to their white, non-Hispanic male counterpart, losing hundreds of thousands of dollars over an entire career.