This presentation will help you to be paid fairly for the work you do, while ensuring you are building skills and experiences to stay employable to build long term stability and wealth. We will explore the pitfalls of asking for just the raise, being overpaid and how to estimate the values of your skills and experiences in the market.
- Benchmark my skills, experiences and compensation before asking for a raise.
- Keep building skills and experiences to be a top candidate for the career you really want, the money will come!
Enjoy what you do, never stop learning and being inquisitive.
This webinar – on Thursday, December 17, at 4pm ET/1pm PT – is open to all #WomenInTech, so please share this email with your friends and encourage them to become a part of the Alliance of Channel Women community.
Hope to see you at this important meeting.
ABOUT MICHAEL WHITE
R. Michael White serves as the Director Human Resources of Cox Business. In this role he is responsible for the strategic direction and execution of the People Solutions portfolio for Cox Business. The scope includes; strategic organizational design and structure, talent management, compensation, people development, inclusion & diversity and performance management. Cox Business delivers more than $2.5 billion in annual revenue including; commercial sales and the New Businesses Venture Group (Trapollo, Rapidscale and BlueprintRF). Prior to joining Cox Business in 2017, White was Vice President Human Resources Newell Brandswhere he led the HR practice forthe global Supply Chain and the 2015 HR Transformation. Before moving to Atlanta, White had an impressive career (21 years) in progressive leadership roles at the global CPG leader Unilever. His career spanned both Supply Chain and Human Resources in the Canadian and US businesses. His last role being, Senior Director Human Resources – NA Marketing, located in the Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey head office. In addition to his Supply Chain and Human Resources experiences, White is an active Board Member of 21st Century Leaders (Atlanta), recipient of the 2013 Harlem YMCA Black Achievers in Industry Award, and Member Professional Engineers of Ontario, Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Michael is married to Jodi and they have two children, Stephanie and Olivia.