Workplace compensation is a touchy subject. Most of us have been here: work for a company for years and be recognized as a top performer, then an external hire comes in and you hear through the grapevines that they out-earn you significantly. While there is the implicitly understanding that workplace compensation is never perfectly egalitarian,…
Tag: Career advice
13 top tips to successfully ask for a pay raise
2 years ago, when I launched my blog, it was with the goal to have conversations around marketing that polite society wasn’t having.
As part of that, I have found myself drawn towards other topics that people tend to dance around.
Money is one of those topics.
With economic realities getting more and more daunting, the subject of pay raises is more relevant than it’s ever been. So today on the blog, I’m sharing 13 of my top tips to a successful salary increase negotiation.
13 tips for getting over your fear of failing at a new job
2020 brought with it a lot of lows, but it also ushered in a wave of opportunities for remote work, new industries and ventures as well as booms to existing ones.
With a ton of people starting out new jobs and imposter syndrome at an all time high, I’m sharing 13 tips to get over your fear of failing at a new job on the blog today.
Managing upwards: the beginners guide to managing your manager
Managing upwards or learning what your boss needs and delivering on that can be an even bigger success factor than being “good” at your job.
Here are 16 handy tips to managing your manager:
18 THINGS NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT BEING A FIRST-TIME MANAGER
Every once in a while, I have life changing epiphanies.
Here’s my most recent one: after years of struggle, I have finally figured out how to eat cookies in bed without making a mess.
The trick? Break the crumbs into bite-sized pieces while they’re still in the box. Then and only then should you pop the biscuits into your mouth- allowing you a regret free snack in bed.
Like regret free cookies in bed, I break down the “Things no one tells you about being a first-time Manager” into 18 bite-sized pieces in this blogpost.
Do your own PR!
The career woman’s guide to self promotion
17 things I wish someone told me at the start of my career
Or random advise to young Marketing Managers