Equal Pay Negotiations LLC

Teaching Women Pay, Benefits and Career Negotiation

Negotiate to Get Paid What Your Job is Worth

Whether you like to admit it or not, you work to earn money.  Oh there are other reasons but money is a main one, at least until you have 20 years of retirement saved and no bills to pay.  Since you work for money, shouldn’t you get the most money for the job – whatever job you do?  84% of managers expect you to negotiate your salary and employment package so let’s meet your boss’ expectations.  In doing so you will also get your pay on par with the men.

Equal Pay Negotiations will work with you so you can.

  • 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
  • Accept that you are not destined to be underpaid, overworked, and ill-appreciated

The vast majority of clients are repeats and referrals.  Clients who get 37% raises  are more than happy to refer friends.  Clients who get $15,000 more than the initial offer love to come back annually to ensure they get the best raise possible. Clients who negotiated their benefits so job they love fits into the life they love.  Clients thinking of the current job and are thinking about next career goal and greater financial security.  Equal Pay Negotiations can help you achieve these goals as well.

Equal Pay Negotiations LLC  products and services teach you the process that determines your pay and how to be an active participant in it by negotiating.  This is the process that helps answer questions about desired salary and previous pay on a job application. This is the process that can mean an extra million dollars in your career.

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

      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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