Achieving Equal Pay by Consulting for Employers, Employees, and Policy Makers
It’s that time of year again, when we take a moment to reflect and give thanks for the gifts we have experienced during the past 12 months. Here’s a baker’s dozen list of career and business items that I hope are on your list.
Conversely, it is nice to think that the business people, who you appreciate, appreciate you as well. Take a moment to think if you have felt their gratitude recently.
You may find the answer to the questions above is not always yes thus you are feeling underappreciated at work. This under appreciation is probably showing up in your paycheck as well. Now is not the time to work harder to win the approval of others. It’s the time to let people know how much you have accomplished. Research shows that the women who make their accomplishments known are paid better and are able to get more help and sponsorship from senior people at work.
A friendly reminder of why your company, boss, colleagues, and senior management should love having your work with them could make you even more thankful for your growing career and paycheck.
@ 2011 by Katie Donovan