WELL Webinar: Issues of Race and Gender Equity in this Moment in Time
NEW DATE: September 9th
Join the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce for our first WELL Webinar. We are very excited to announce our guest speaker, Elizabeth Newman from the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women.
She will be covering topics including:
Pay equity: Both gender and race factor into the wage gap, often riven by unconscious bias. While California has adopted strong equal pay laws in recent years, individuals and employers can implement additional strategies to ensure they have fair pay for all.
Work Life Fit: There is no such thing as balance for anyone at this time, but women and people of color are disproportionately impacted by the increase demands for family care. Managers can still create as inclusive "workplace" even as how, when, and where we work has been transformed.
Moderator: Melinda Yee Franklin, Managing Director, Corporate and Government Affairs, Western Region, United Airlines; Chair of the Board of Directors, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
Elizabeth Newman is the Policy and Projects Directors at the San Francisco Department on the Status Of Women where she develops policy, advocates for legislation, conducts research, and manages programs to address women's human rights, economic empowerment, and gender-based violence. Elizabeth conducts gender analyses of the City's workforce and operations to implement the ground-breaking San Francisco Women's Human Rights Ordinance, leads outreach to promote best practices for gender equity in the workplace, and collaborates with agencies, officials and stakeholders to foster the equitable treatment and advancement of women and girls.
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