Mastering Salary Negotiation will take place on Tuesday, November 18th at 7pm.
This workshop is geared towards improving salary negotiation skills for all occasions. For women in the technology, challenged with an ever present pay gap, it’s even more important to have a well-developed strategy. While the statistics may vary depending on the source, the conversation stays the same.
“Women in the computer technology industry earn an average of $6,358 a year less than men, factoring in education, age, region and occupation differences. Female engineering majors earn an average of 88 percent of their male counterparts' salaries a year after graduation. Female majors in computer and information sciences earn 77 percent of men with the same degree.” http://www.startribune.com/business/yourmoney/278819381.html
We will focus on building a strategy that helps prepare you for salary discussions in an effort to close the pay gap in your life. We’ll clarify the role of a recruiter in various organizations and dispel myths about hiring managers. We’ll talk about negotiation tactics and how they vary with recruiters and agencies, or during promotions and annual reviews. This will include things you can be doing right now to be proactive and prepared like improving your resume, noting your key accomplishments, and being aware of how your role has changed over time. We can discuss your experiences and I’ll candidly share mine, both as a recruiter, and woman in a highly competitive industry.
Your teacher: Saphfire Turner
Saphfire has been a Technology Recruiter for over four years in one of the most competitive job markets in the country, New York City. She recently moved to Raleigh after joining Infusion in January 2014 as a corporate recruiter, to help build a new office in North Carolina. Prior to that she worked for the #1 privately held staffing agency in NYC. She's recruited for almost every industry, nationally and internationally. Outside of work, she loves tennis, Tetris, playing drums, and going to the beach with her two Chihuahuas.
Disclaimers: Our program and curriculum are geared toward adults over the age of 18; at this time we do not accept minors as students in our courses and workshops.
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