Equal Pay Negotiations LLC

Achieving Equal Pay by Consulting for Employers, Employees, and Policy Makers

Working with Employees and Employers to Achieve Equal Pay

Equal Pay Negotiations LLC is dedicated to achieving equal pay by working with all the stakeholders: employees, employers, and policy makers. Katie Donovan’s 360-degree background in employment, which includes working for a staffing firm, an applicant-tracking developer, and a trade association, brings a unique and pragmatic perspective to the work.

Equal Pay Hiring Consultations

Is your organization committed to Equal Pay but has not fully achieved it?   You are not alone. The hiring process is designed to get the best talent at the lowest cost. That’s a fine goal. Unfortunately, hiring best practices consistently pay women and people of color less. This is called an unconscious bias or disparate impact. It’s a great way to alienate the growing majority of your workforce as the US workforce continues to become more and more women and people of color. Alienating the very people you are trying to attract makes the job of hiring much harder leaving important jobs unfilled.  Equal Pay Hiring audits hiring, promotion, and compensation processes to determine the practices that have disparate impact and propose alternative methods to maximize impact while minimizing cost and resources to implement.

Equal Pay Negotiation Services

People who negotiate earn $1 Million more during their career.  84% of managers expect you to negotiate your salary and employment package. Women earn 78% less than men or $350,000 less in their career while people of color lose even more money during their career.  Let Equal Pay Negotiations help you earn $1 Million more, meet your new boss’ expectations and not only close the pay gap but crush it.

Equal Pay Negotiations will work with you so you can:

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  • Respond to the questions in the application that are designed to lowball your offer
  • Discuss your accomplishments in a manner that increases your initial offer
  • Show excitement for a job offer while not accepting the first offer
  • Research and focus on the job’s value not “what you are worth”
  • Time negotiation for raises to maximize results
  • Start the raise negotiation based on the circumstance
  • Create options for yourself so you truly do not need to accept a bad offer

Online Courses

Whether you are looking to negotiate a new job, a raise, or job flexibility, Equal Pay Negotiations has the course for you.  The courses are taught in lecture format with a workbook so you have your script ready before you say the first word of the negotiation.

Personal Consultations

Work one-on-one with Katie Donovan to maximize your pay and benefits and achieve your career goals.  Clients have increased signing bonuses by $20,000; got the job offer at the very next interview after months of coming in second; increase annual salary by 10%, 15%, and as much as double; improve job flexibility and other benefits.

Mobile Application

Improve your research of the market pay for your job with Earn More Girl.  This iOS application adjusts target pay based on the gender pay gap in specific jobs.

Group Workshops and Event Speaker

Tailored to your group’s (employees, employers, and policy makers) specific needs, Katie Donovan will conduct a workshop or speak on the topics of income negotiation, hiring a diverse and equally paid workforce, pay gaps, and policy.

7 comments on “Working with Employees and Employers to Achieve Equal Pay

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  3. Bob Duggan
    June 29, 2014

    Awesome article.

  4. Quora.com
    July 25, 2014

    Thank you for your efforts to make this great web.

    • Katie Donovan
      July 25, 2014

      I am so glad you are enjoying the content. Thank you for the note.

  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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