Pay disparity. The new pay transparency laws.
How do you negotiate your next salary when you’ve never done it? Or worse, you advocated for yourself and didn't get the raise? Big woof.
There’s been minimal transparency on salary negotiation, and navigating without a wing woman is challenging.
Now you have one. Enter Bhavana Smith.
Bhavana Smith the Founder of Until There Are Nine®, a network and resource group whose purpose is to give women the power to advocate for their rightful share of compensation, rewards, and professional advancement.
In this episode, we talk about the following:
- Negotiation tactics for closing the gap
- How to navigate the new pay transparency laws that differ by location
- What she learned about the relationship between trust and transparency
- How she managed her mind when she realized she was in the wrong role
- The free tools and resources she’s created are available to everyone, regardless of gender
Bhavana Smith, the Founder of Until There Are Nine®, a network and resource group whose purpose is to give women the power to advocate for their rightful share of compensation, rewards, and professional advancement.
Bhavana has spent 25+ years in marketing, advertising, and consulting and, speaking to her friends and colleagues, realized a support system was needed to learn how to negotiate compensation. She wanted to find a way to share lessons and experiences with other women after learning that reluctance to negotiate was one of the reasons for the gender pay gap.
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