Here is something that a lot of career coaches, salary negotiation people and random strangers miss. Salary negotiation starts the moment you answer that horrible little question “what is your current salary?” or “please provide a salary range” But let me start by explaining this process to you. It is
ClearEstate’s Sara Hillier on why having a will is simply not enough.
If life insurance has been on your to-do list or just seems overwhelming or confusing, this video is for you.
I have worked in Human Resources for almost 20 years now. I have seen a lot of things. I have hired thousands of people, helped them return from work, fired people, negotiated salaries, broke up a near fist fight and had to sift through a 45 page letter from an
As the founder of Canada's largest community dedicated to supporting working mothers [https://www.facebook.com/groups/MomsAtWork1/], I refuse to recruit for companies that do not disclose the salary upfront. And I don’t share job advertisements online without posted salaries ranges, simply because keeping salaries secret reinforces discrimination.
This is a story about a woman. Let's call her Sarah. In fact, it is the story of many women I work with. Sarah had asked for a raise and was told that there was no money. She even put together a PowerPoint presentation to show that she was worth
Before having children, most parents don’t give life insurance much thought. And let’s be honest, once children arrive it’s hard to find time to eat let alone research something that can often be confusing and overwhelming. But, according to Laura McKay, co-founder of PolicyMe, parents need to