Posts Tagged ‘Salary Negotiation’

Seven Tips for Negotiating Your Employment Package

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

Seven Tips for Negotiating Your Employment Package
Seven Tips for Negotiating Your Employment Package

Negotiating a job offer should be a non-confrontational, business-focused discussion for two parties to reach the same goal – a happy hire. However, our fear of rejection or potential conflict often gets in the way of rewarding, win-win conversations.

Successful negotiators view the process as collaboration, not conflict. They listen to the employer’s needs and recommend outcomes that benefit both parties. They build relationships and never give ultimatums. Strategic jobseekers understand that the negotiation is the first of many relationship-building conversations they’ll have with their future employer. Below are 7 key points to remember when negotiating your employment package.
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Five Tips on How to Ask For More Salary

Friday, March 6th, 2009
Five Tips on How to Ask For More Salary

Asking for More Can Be Tough

Many people we meet don’t have a strategy for negotiating their compensation. They come to me after years of being behind their profession’s salary curve and need direction on how to make immediate change.

Earning less than colleagues with similar, or lesser, skills and experience can certainly be frustrating. Here are a few tips for improving the quality of your salary negotiation conversation and the ensuing final offer in your next position. (more…)

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