No commute… no timeline to follow…
All because I had a baby.
Rock on friends.
If you aren’t aware of the confrontation skills it takes to deal with the kitchen staff during a dinner rush, count your lucky stars. Servers are skilled at pushing their points in a short, succinct fashion.
They prey on the ambitious young female in their midst.
Last week The New York Times, generally a leading media voice on progressive matters, published an article titled ‘Moving Past Gender Barriers to Negotiate a Raise’.
As a newbie in the workforce, I try to appear as non-pretentious as possible. Seriously.
No high fives or fist bumps in middle school. “Safety reasons and makes people feel left out”
Pinterest has a delusional way of making you feel motivated and accomplished, all while only flexing the tiny muscles in your pointer finger and thumb.
The thing is, as the hiring manager, I fully expect to have to negotiate salary. The first number I come in with is generally lower that what I’m willing to pay. I start low, expect them to counter and keep my mouth shut if they don’t. Why wouldn’t I do this for myself?