Posted by Reuben Turner
| 23-06-2010 16:53 | Category:
, Women's Issues
From Denmark: a campaign for equal pay. “Would you want to work for women’s salaries, Claus?” Claus Hjort Fredriksen is the Danish Finance Minister. Via the excellent Creative Unions blog.
Danish Union of Public Employees
hahaha I couldnt imagine if he was really doing that job…
Posted by Ade | 26-06-2010 19:04
This is a powerful ad, and I’m glad they’re trying to get creative. He’s smiling, but this problem is all too real.
Because I know a nonprofit where women case managers were supposed to have a 4% cost of living raise every year, and the CEO just took it for SIX YEARS, I know first hand the pain of women not having equal pay for equal work. Indeed, most nonprofits I know are staffed primarily by women, and the ED or CEO made 90,000 or 120,000 USD per year, while everyone else was lucky to make $12.00 per hour, or barely $36,000 per year.
Why do we continue to accept these tiny salaries as if they are inescapable facts of life?
And why are we encouraging a culture of destitution? I would love to get your thoughts on my posts, here.
Posted by Mazarine | 30-06-2010 05:18
Thanks to Creative Unions for posting our Ad. We are proud to say that the agency behind is Wasabi.
See more: www.wasabi.dk
Posted by Verner Bager | 29-09-2010 10:37