Fawcett Society has teamed up with employment law charity YESS Law to launch a new Equal Pay Advice Service, funded by an Equal Pay Fund which has been started thanks to the generous donation of backdated pay from former BBC China Editor Carrie Gracie. The service is targeted at those on low incomes who believe they are experiencing pay discrimination and who do not have access to legal advice, enabling them to resolve the situation with their employer. Support the service and women fighting for equal pay, by donating towards the Fund today.
Fawcett are calling on people to be a part of their campaign to fight unequal pay by taking ‘3 steps to #GetEqual’: Talk, Share, and Donate.
- Talk to your colleagues and ask what they earn – end the culture of pay secrecy working to the benefit of employers
- Share an equals sign on social media and use the hashtags #GetEqual #EqualPayDay. Spread the news about Fawcett’s Equal Pay Advice Service – are you or somebody you know being paid unfairly because of your sex? Apply for the Fund and we may be able help
- Donate to the Equal Pay Fund via our GoFundMe page and help women on low incomes access legal advice and claim their rights
Share a picture of yourself with an equals sign on social media and spread the word about Fawcett's new Equal Pay Fund aimed at helping women on low incomes access justice. Pay discrimination can happen to anyone which is why our new fund aims to provide legal advice to those women most in need.
Donate now and help us continue to fight gender inequality in the workplace: www.gofundme.com/equalpaynow