How can women push for pay equality? In a previous article, “Equal Pay: How Can You Get It?” we explained the rights of women and why it is essential to stand for the right to pay equality and always keep pushing for it. Here in the 2nd part of this series, you will see […]
Equal Pay: How Can You Get It?
How can women push for pay equality? Women can lead the charge for anything including when it comes to discussing their salaries. Although, they may need to use a few tricks to boost up the power of bargaining. Career is the most significant investment of your working life. Women nowadays are mobilized and energetic, both […]
Beyond the Pay Gap: Gender Inequalities in Business Financing
Though the climate of inequality for women is progressing to become more mild, it still wreaks constant havoc for women in the business industry. Though we have been fighting to break the glass ceiling for a long time, it is no secret that women still get paid less than men, and the inequalities don’t stop […]
3 Contract and Salary Negotiation Tips for Women in the Workforce
As a women in the workforce, finding your place and feeling comfortable in your accomplishments can be challenging. We’ve all heard about the wage gap. And whether you’ve seen this firsthand or not, just the idea of not getting what you’ve worked hard for can be aggravating. However, part of this problem comes down to […]
What Ellen Pao Got Wrong (And Right) About Banning Salary Negotiations
Flirting can benefit women in negotiations, according to a study by UC Berkeley Business Professor Laura Kray. “Feminine charm,” as Kray calls it, is more about using a woman’s natural personality than making sexual come-ons. And it’s not about playing “the weaker sex.” Powerful women from former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright to the […]
Three things young women in business need to know
A few months ago I commented on Sheryl Sandberg TED talk in a blog post entitled: Three insights into why we lack women leaders. Which continues to make me ponder. Is there really a glass ceiling or do women sometimes need to get out of their own way – or perhaps a bit of both?