Equal Pay Negotiations LLC

Teaching Women Pay, Benefits and Career Negotiation

Negotiate to Get Paid What Your Job is Worth

Salary and benefit negotiation is expected by employers and essential for equal pay and career management.  84% of managers and 95% of human resource professionals expect you to negotiate your salary and employment package.  Negotiation is part of the hiring, raise, promotion, and anything-you-want-at-work-process.

Equal Pay Negotiations LLC  products and services teach you the rules of the process that determines your pay.  These are rules you need to know before you answer questions about desired salary and previous pay on a job application. These are rules that can mean an extra million dollars in your career.  These are rules that help get you to your dream job.

Clients have doubled their income as they learn to negotiate beyond the current job title into the right title for the accomplishments they are brining to employers. Clients have negotiated starting offers that are 15%+ greater than the original offer.  Clients have realized the benefits package needed to blend together work life and real life better and gotten it.  Clients has stopped thinking of the current job and are moving to the next career goal and greater financial security.  Equal Pay Negotiations can help you achieve these goals as well.

To accomplish all of the above, Equal Pay Negotiations teaches clients and customers to:

  • Everybody is different- 7KNOW when the offer is good
  • ELIMINATE the fear of negotiating a better offer
  • BANISH the b*tch backlash that is prevalent when women negotiate with men and women
  • SCRIPTS to professionally start, progress, and end negotiations

Equal Pay Negotiations LLC  products and services include:

7 comments on “Negotiate to Get Paid What Your Job is Worth

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  3. Bob Duggan
    June 29, 2014

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    July 25, 2014

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    • Katie Donovan
      July 25, 2014

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  5. Colleen Germain
    October 25, 2014

    I lived listening to you speak at Holy Cross a few years ago. Do you do one on one consultstions? Thank you.

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