How do we close the gender wage gap without breaking your company budget?
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Has your company tried everything to close the gap, but you are not really sure if any of it is working? Maybe you want to close the gap in your business, but you don’t have the budgetary bandwidth? In this webinar, I will walk you through exactly what actionable steps you can take to set your company on the path to closing the gap without breaking the bank. You’ll learn why increasing salaries and pay transparency doesn’t actually solve the gender wage gap and how you can have a pivotal role in changing the future of the gap in your organization.
- Why the gap will never close if we continue doing what we are doing.
- What needs to change.
- What you can do today to close the gap without breaking the budget.
Olivia is an internationally recognized expert on the gender wage gap and salary negotiations for women and she is considered one of the country’s top resume experts. Her work has been featured by Forbes, BBC, CNN, MSN, The World Economic Forum, Recruiter.com, Lifehack and hundreds of other media sources all over the world. The founder of Salary Coaching for Women (www.salarycoaching.com), Olivia is also an international, bestselling author of the book “Know Your Worth, Get Your Worth: Salary Negotiation for Women.”
Together with her team of Salary Coaches, Olivia helps women all over the world figure out their market value and how to advocate for it. In the corporate realm, Olivia works with organizations to uncover budget-neutral ways to close internal gaps in addition to guest-speaking or lecturing for all audience levels. On a global scale, Olivia is a strategic partner to multiple international development organizations on structuring and implementing strategies for closing the gender wage gap.
Olivia lives in Hanover, NH with her husband and two daughters. A long distance triathlete on Team USA, Olivia is a strong believer of eliminating the unnecessary roadblocks in order to successfully balance work, life and personal ambitions.