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Comcast Newsmakers – Equal and Competitive Pay for Women

December 14, 2017 – Comcast Newsmakers – Equal and Competitive Pay for Women
Janet Altman on the Competitive Business Advantage of Equal Pay for Women

20% of women in Miami-Dade County still live in poverty. That figure is according to the Florida Commission on the Status of Women, and it’s a number that one local organization is hoping to bring back down to zero.
In this edition of Comcast Newsmakers, Janet Altman, Board Chair of The Women’s Fund of Miami, discusses how her organization is tackling this challenge.

View on Comcast Newsmakers

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THE GENDER PAY GAP – Panel Discussion Nov. 14th

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The gender wage gap is a hot button issue in workplaces and in the political arena. Join us for an in-depth discussion about how the wage gap affects South Florida employers’ ability to attract and retain top talent. We will discuss the statistics related to the wage gap and strategies to improve pay policies. Our dynamic speakers and expert panelists will share best practices and recommendations on strategies to audit pay, and achieve pay equality.

Millie Herrera, Founder,
The Miami Group & Associates

Moderator: Jackie Torre
Vice President for Human Resources, United Homecare

Janet Altman
Marketing Principal,Kauffman Rossin,
Board Chair, Women’s Fund Miami-Dade

Zascha Abbott
Partner, Sioli Alexander Pino Law Firm
GMCC Committee Member

Valentin Estevez, Ph.D.
Senior Economist, Welch Consulting

Ann McNeil
President & CEO, Constructively Speaking, Inc,


Hilton Downtown Miami
1601 Biscayne Blvd. Ballroom Level
Miami, FL 33131

$35 members | $45 nonmembers
ON-SITE: $50 per person


For more information:
Bianca F. Cintron

Presenting Sponsor

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Miami-Dade County Commissioners Resolution on Equal Pay

Miami-Dade Florida Board of County Commissioners Resolution to Enact Equal Pay Legislation:

The Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution urging the Florida legislature to enact equal pay legislation to address disparities in pay between men and women. The resolution was sponsored by Commissioner Rebecca Sosa and was unanimously adopted and passed on October 3rd, 2017 by the County Commissioners.

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What Can I Do?

Our goal is to make sure every woman in Miami-Dade County is paid fairly — women doing the same jobs as men should be paid equally.

We’re looking for leading organizations to join us in a compact to bring pay equity to every workplace.

Signing the Compact gives employers the opportunity to be part of a diverse group of companies – large and small, for-profit and nonprofit – leading the way toward gender pay equity.

Join Us – Sign the Compact