I love that she loves money, has the gumption to ask for more, the gall to tell us all about it and the generosity to give it away.Read More
When I went to intern at Golden Seeds at age twenty-eight, I chose a feminist enterprise over a paying job where I was more often judged by the choice of my blouse than my contributions.Read More
Racial wage gap is real: Studies found that employers award higher salaries to white candidates than black candidates, even when they had the same experience, same education and same previous salaries.Read More
You got questions, we got expert-tested suggestions:
- Should I negotiate over email, phone or in person?
- Should I answer the question about my current salary?
- How do I ask for a raise or better offer?
In my twenties, I made a conscious choice to become a naturalized citizen and became a proud American. I moved to NYC. My resentment towards my parents changed to gratitude. As a working woman, I set my ambitions high, because that is my American right.Read More
Women prefer negotiating on behalf of others and we’ll do anything to avoid appearing greedy or selfish. I want to turn that thinking on its head and show you why negotiating for yourself is the least selfish thing you can do.Read More
Ask to be assigned to the most important projects and biggest clients. Ask for a cap on time spent on busy work that don't generate value. Ask for those who want your time to do more work.Read More
A large part of the pay gap between men and women can be attributed to men's daring to ask for raises as women stay silent, not wanting to be rejected, harm relationships or create conflict.Read More
All of this reasoning and rationalization is what often keeps us in the labyrinth of underearning.Read More