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In this podcast Cindy chats to Dr Sharon Melnick about finding power in the relation to money and the privilege that having money creates.
They explore the manifestation of sharing in corporate America and knowing what your work is worth - and owning the power of transparency of asking for compensation.
An Honest Conversation About Pay With Cynthia Medina Carson
As an employer, the conversation around pay is an often-avoided one. Cynthia is here to tell you that it shouldn’t be and that for a competitive, growing business, salary and promotion transparency are the way of the future.
Did you know that it's Illegal to NOT allow discussing pay at work? Yeah, we didn't either. Or maybe we forgot. Or were too intimidated to do it.
"What was striking was that no matter who you are, your education, place of business, you still have the same insecurities that everyone else has about money. You will be angry and resentful if you don’t figure it out sooner rather than later."
“My goal while I’m alive is to make other women better and stronger than me.”
That’s how our podcast with Cindy Medina Carson started so if you think that’s good, hold on to your hats!
How Salary Transparency is Helping Women Close the Gender Pay Gap
Secrecy—around salaries and hiring and promotion practices at companies both small and large—plays a major, and not fully understood, role in sustaining that gap.
Naming your professional price can be a daunting and confusing task. These strategies can help make it easier.
How You Can Get the Money You Deserve Working in Media.
Cindy started Wager because she saw firsthand how the lack of salary information created unnecessary information barriers and anxiety in the workplace. People kept asking the same question, “Who can I ask about salaries?”
What is it that we need most right now?
"I knew Cynthia would be the right person to talk to about the current state of professional and financial inequity that continues to plague women — and especially women of color."
Women@Work host Laura Zarrow on SiriusXM’s Business Radio interviews WAGER CEO Cynthia Medina Carson, on how she went from the first person her family to attend college, to running her own business and working to change salary expectations.