It is long past time to fix gender pay inequity in museums. The Canadian Museums Association Museum workers
I argue that serious attention must be paid to mending the working conditions in our sector & healing overworked & stressed employees & volunteers in the museum, library, archives, & wider public history sector.
Museum workers’ love for our jobs puts us at risk of being exploited through unresourced expectations by employers. We can easily become “willing slaves” to our work.
A preliminary review of changes in the Ontario Nonprofit Network decent work resources.
Professional museum organisation members are encouraged to ‘kick at the darkness’ of gender pay inequity in the museum field.
American Alliance of Museums members attending the Annual Meeting in Phoenix are urged to present resolutions directing the AAM to present plans to address gender pay & other working conditions problems in museums.
The conversation often starts with, “I love working in museums, but I don’t think I can do it anymore because …
An unusually active on-line discourse about museum workers leaving the field will have come to the attention of many followers …