YOUR 5-STEP GUIDE TO PREPPING TO ASK FOR A RAISE
Raising the Bar by Bolanle Williams-Olley
Recent data compiled by the National Women’s Law Center indicates that working moms earn 70 cents for every dollar a father makes, or $18,000 less annually.
Similarly —the recommended salary offered to mothers was, on average, $11,000 less than salaries offered to women without children.
This means women aren’t just paid less than men — we all knew that, right? It means that moms are paid even less.
That’s why we’ve put together this guide — to prep you for the conversation and embolden you with courage to help you get paid what you’re worth.
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Here’s the hard truth: Sometimes, you’ve got to ask for what you deserve.
But the even harder truth? That ask, that conversation — it can be really, really intimidating.
That’s why we’ve put together this guide — to prep you for the conversation and embolden you with courage.
As you read through this guide — do all you can to silence that nasty little voice that tries to scare you Into complacency. Sure — there may be legitimate reasons your ask will be met with a, “No,” – but don’t count yourself out before you even get to the meeting.
Courage, mama. You’ve got this.