News About Pay Equity in Erie County

Modified: April 21, 2017 1:54pm

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    47th Annual Conference and Empowerment Summit

     

    July 24, 2017 10:48am

Pay Equity Roundtable

The Erie County Commission on the Status of Women is committed to promoting gender equaility for women's pay.

Here is some helpful information about Pay Equity and the Gender Gap locally and nationally

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    Pay Equity Panel on Current Legislation and Politics

On Tuesday April 4, The Erie County Commission on the Status of Women hosted a panel on pay equity at the Buffalo History Museum. The panel discussed current equal pay legislation and policies. This event was a great opportunity to bring attention to an issue that effects women and the entire community. Panelist discussed ways to work together to narrow and eventually eliminate the gender wage gap. Panelist included Michael Heburn, Lindy Korn, Esq., Martha McCluskey, Patricia Clabeaux, and Sharon Randaccio, Lisa Yaeger, Esq., Counsel to Assembly Member Crystal Peoples-Stokes.

                                    

 

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Contact

Phone: (716) 858-8307
Fax: (716) 858-8311

Commission on the Status of Women
95 Franklin Street, Suite 624
Buffalo, New York 14202