Virtual VIP Lunch & Learn: Negotiating 101
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You're not alone if even the thought of asking for a raise or promotion makes you feel uncomfortable. Not negotiating or asking for more can cost a working woman over $500,000, on average, over the course of her lifetime.
Nicole Page, Partner at Reavis Page Jump LLP is joining us for this week's VIP Lunch & Learn to answer your negotiation questions and provide the tips you need to score your next raise!
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Nicole Page is a Partner of Reavis Page Jump LLP and practices in the areas of employment, entertainment and intellectual property.
In her employment practice, Ms. Page assists both individuals and companies on a range of matters, including workplace discrimination and sexual harassment claims at the state and federal level. She counsels clients on employment opportunities, negotiation strategies and equitable compensation packages. She also advises on and negotiates employment and separation agreements and provides outside general counsel services, particularly concerning employment law compliance. The #MeToo movement has had a profound effect on her practice and her committed advocacy for women.
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