Women Need to Man Up and Start Asking for the Raises They Deserve

So, you're a woman rocking along in a job you love. Your bosses seem more than pleased with your hard work. You feel appreciated for the most part.That is, until the moment you discover that your male colleague sitting right next to you in a similar position with similar years of experience is paid far more than you are.Talk about a slap in the face.That's what reportedly happened last week to E!News host Catt Sadler, who after 12 years at the network said she learned that co-host Jason Kennedy was paid double what she was making for several years. Armed with this information, she said she went into contract negotiations expecting her pay to be made equitable. E! denied discrimination.But "not only did (E!) refuse to pay me as much as my male counterpart, but they didn't come close -- nowhere close, not even remotely close," she said.So she quit. Sometimes, a girl's got to take a stand and make a move.  Continue reading...

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