Ask a Working Woman Invites You to Respond to a Survey about Women’s Issues in the Workplace

Dear Friend,

Women are the majority of voters in America – what matters to women ought to matter to politicians.

Working America and the AFL-CIO are conducting a nationwide survey of what it’s like to be a working woman. If you’re a working woman, your opinion matters greatly. Please take a moment to complete the Ask A Working Woman survey and share your thoughts and experiences: http://www.askaworkingwoman.org.

Your participation is very important – Working America will use the results of this survey to advocate on behalf of working women everywhere for the next two years.  So please take a few minutes to complete our survey and make sure your voice is included: http://www.askaworkingwoman.org.

And Working America isn’t the only group using it.  Women’s rights groups, politicians, and candidates from coast to coast have used the results of the Ask A Working Woman survey to inform their work in local communities, state houses and on Capitol Hill.

Together we can help politicians understand what issues women in the workplace face by answering questions like:

  • What do you do if you have to take time off work to care for a sick child, parent or other family member?
  • Do you think the careers of women are hurt by having children?  What about the careers of men who have children?

The survey is short, painless (I promise!) and it’s an invaluable tool for moving working women’s issues into the national dialogue.  Click here now to make your voice heard: http://www.askaworkingwoman.org.

Thanks for helping lead the way by answering our survey.  A few moments of your time could make all the difference this election!

Thanks for reading,