Achieving Equal Pay by Consulting for Employers, Employees, and Policy Makers
Equal Pay Negotiations LLC is dedicated to achieving equal pay by working for 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. Hire Katie today!
Diversity and equality are hot topics and key issues for the future success of your organization. The economic benefits to employers of a more diverse workforce and leadership have been researched and established. Small changes to the job application, job description, and resume review process could help you leverage the diverse applicants who already are in your database. These changes will reinforce and strengthen your other diversity efforts.
Equal Pay Hiring Consultations will help you maximize your current diversity efforts and introduce new low cost to implement programs. It’s the financially sound thing to do.
If you would not go to a job interview without your resume then you should not accept a job offer without negotiating it. Negotiating the job package is that fundamental to the hiring process. Negotiating your pay is the financially sound thing to do. People who negotiate earn $1 Million more during their career. Equal Pay Negotiations has multiple services and products to help you with your first and future negotiations.
Work one-on-one in personal negotiation consultations 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.
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.