Here you’ll find affordable proposal templates and negotiation guides, plus expert personal advice by phone if you want it, to help you get:
- higher pay at your current job
- more job flexibility, such as telecommuting or part-time hours
- more time off, such as a long maternity leave or a short sabbatical leave
As a smart career woman, you know your work is important, but it’s not everything. Get more time for your family, personal growth and community when you learn to confidently ask for work options. Sign up now for negotiation skills content using the green box.
How to Flex Your Job to Fit Your Life
Let me show you how to get approval of a flexible work arrangement. Even if your employer doesn’t offer them, you can negotiate better work-life terms. You can have more personal time and flexibility without quitting your job. Starting now.
The Fast Way: Download a Flexible Work Proposal
Ten minutes from now, you could be filling in the blanks of your custom proposal for telecommuting, compressed workweek, part-time or job sharing. By tomorrow, you could have a proven proposal ready to present to your manager.
Thousands of professionals around the world have found a fast way to get a first-rate proposal for requesting flexible work. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal, it gets approval for 9 out of 10 users. Why not you? That premium proposal is here.
The Free Way: Get Strategies for a Flexible Work-Life
Find out here, then get your free excerpt of The Essential Pay Raise Workbook for Women to start you toward a fabulous pay raise.
Why the Focus on Women at Work Options?
In my 20+ years of equipping both men and women to get approval of flexible work arrangements, I noticed among women a consistent unfamiliarity with negotiating strategies and tactics. As Work Options enters its 21st year in business, I’m now putting an emphasis on filling that specific need.