Friday, June 24, 2016

Interview with Bob Bordone on new White House project developing a negotiation toolkit

“It’s no secret that many of today’s young people could use a little more money in their pockets. Between student loan payments, sluggish wages and historically high rent costs, 20-somethings are often struggling to make ends meet. [HNMCP] is working with the White House to develop a suite of tools to help students, particularly those at community colleges, negotiate salaries at their first jobs. Development of the tool kit is still in its early stages, so details are scant, but the White House plans to make the new resources available publicly later this year. MarketWatch spoke with Bob Bordone about how young people can make sure they get paid fairly, even when they think they don’t have a ton of leverage.”

Read the full article at CBS’s MarketWatch.