Women Lose More Ground in U.S. Small Business Contracts Race
Bloomberg - U.S. government contracts to women-owned small businesses dropped for the second consecutive year, declining at a faster rate than awards to their male counterparts.
The women’s contracts slid 5.5 percent to about $16.4 billion in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30 from $17.3 billion in fiscal 2011, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Awards to small firms owned by ...
USWCC Response to Department of Labor
I wanted to share the letter I sent to the Department of Labor in response to their outreach for the Family Medical Leave Act.
Karen - I wanted to point out that Women Business owners are not receiving fair pay either... Over the last 15 years, women-owned firms have lost over $90 Billion in lost opportunity. We have launched the Breakthrough Campaign to end discrimination onc...