Achieving Equal Pay by Consulting for Employers, Employees, and Policy Makers
If you would never go to an interview without your resume, then you should never accept a job without negotiating the compensation and employment package.
Negotiating your compensation is the financially sound step to take before accepting your new job. Otherwise, you are leaving money on the table. This is money that you and your family can use to fuel the many needs and goals you have including your home, car, vacation, date nights, education, childcare, elder care, retirement, and so much more. It is also a step that will reduce your personal gender pay gap.
How much money could possibly be on the table? $5,000? $25,000? $50,000? More? The answer is all of the above! Equal Pay Negotiations clients have increased their overall compensation $5,000, $25,000, $50,000, and more. One client even quadrupled her income in two years through a raise and a new job negotiation.
Concerned more about benefits such as flexibility and vacation? Not to worry. Equal Pay Negotiations consults on negotiating your entire employment package. More flexibility does not mean less pay when you know how to approach the negotiation.
Equal Pay Negotiations offers personalized consultation services that range from one session to unlimited access during the job search and ultimate job acceptance.
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Questions? Let’s Talk. You’ll get some free advice and see how the consultations work. Call 781-219-4801 or complete the following form.