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5 Ways To Negotiate Salary And Compensation With Your Employer By Rebecca Siciliano

Research consistently shows that women are less likely than men to negotiate their starting salary or ask for a rise. According to a study led by Cambridge psychologist Dr Terri Apter in collaboration with LinkedIn and the educational charity The Female Lead, women fall behind men at every stage of pay and promotion negotiations. They take longer to ask […]

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Research consistently shows that women are less likely than men to negotiate their starting salary or ask for a rise. According to a study led by Cambridge psychologist Dr Terri Apter in collaboration with LinkedIn and the educational charity The Female Lead, women fall behind men at every stage of pay and promotion negotiations. They take longer to ask for a promotion, are less likely to negotiate a new role, and nearly half of women polled had never negotiated a pay rise with their employer. Part of the reason is the so-called entitlement gap – the feeling that they simply don’t deserve it. However, everyone has the right to fair pay and if you’re taking on additional responsibilities or have expanded your role, you’re perfectly entitled to ask for, and get, extra compensation. MD of Tiger Recruitment Rebecca Siciliano explains that the key is to broach the subject in the right way, having done your…

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