Women need to take the initiative in asking for a raise, Associate Professor Hannah Riley Bowles at the Harvard Kennedy School explains in a New York Times article published May 14. Her studies show that women need to take the initiative to ask for more pay and need to employ a negotiating approach that helps them get the compensation they deserve while maintaining good relationships at work.
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