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Why You Need to Negotiate Your Salary...Always Episode #25

Season #3

Episode 25 - Why You Need to Negotiate Your Salary…Always

 After years of negotiating employment contracts, settlements for discrimination lawsuits, and multi-million dollar labor/bargaining unit agreements as an attorney, I've learned firsthand the power of negotiating. Women who regularly negotiate are likely to get higher salary offers and more raises. Negotiating also allows you to shape your job to suit your interests and talents, ensuring you're working in your zone of genius, leading to greater satisfaction at work. But it's no secret that women and women of color in the US experience the gender wage gap most severely making it imperative that women learn how and when to negotiate. On the podcast today, I’m sharing some essential information to help give you the confidence to negotiate successfully.

In this episode of the Midlife Career Rebel Podcast, you'll discover…

  • The societal and economic context surrounding women and salary negotiations.
  • Why you need to know when you have the most leverage in the job search process.
  • Why you need to do your research before the interview process.
  • Where to find the information you need to negotiate.
  • What you need to know about what the employer is thinking during this process.
  • Why you need to be clear on what you want and what you have to offer to be successful.

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