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Subject:  Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop

Description:
The Department of Women’s Studies is sponsoring an AAUW Salary Negotiation
Workshop, Tuesday, November 13, 5:15-7:45 pm, 1119 Susquehanna Hall

To register, visit go.umd.edu/salaryf18 (log in with your directory ID and
password).

Developed by the American Association of University Women, the Start Smart
workshop educates about the gender gap in pay while equipping college women
and men to face the job market with the confidence, knowledge, and skills
they need to negotiate better salaries and benefits. Why sign up? According
to research, only 25 percent of students report feeling confident that they
can successfully negotiate a good salary and benefits package. This is
especially significant for women negotiating their first salary.

After attending a Start Smart workshop, a majority of participants report
feeling more confident about in their negotiating ability. Attendees will
gain valuable salary negotiation skills by learning:  how the gender wage gap
affects their lives, how to develop a personal budget to determine salary
needs, how to benchmark salary and benefits, how to negotiate for a
salary--especially their first salary out of college.


Event Date: November 13, 2018
Event Start Time: 5:15 pm
Event End Time: 7:45 am
Event Location: 1119 Susquehanna Hall
Contact Person: Professor Elsa Barkley Brown
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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