Today in Labor History
Today in labor history, June 10, 1963:  President John F. Kennedy signs into law the Equal Pay Act, prohibiting wage discrimination based on gender.  Forty-nine years later, women are still making 77 cents for every dollar men make doing the same work.  

Today in labor history, June 10, 1963:  President John F. Kennedy signs into law the Equal Pay Act, prohibiting wage discrimination based on gender.  Forty-nine years later, women are still making 77 cents for every dollar men make doing the same work.  

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    Actually about 25% early on average.
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    Especially given my current store manager and his penchant for leaving early or not coming in at all. I’m all for it.
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