Category Archives: Salary Negotiation
As any frazzled commuter will attest, having the option to telecommute—to work remotely home or any other location—is a major perk. Not only do you get to skip the daily rush hour commute, but you may also get extra flexibility in your work schedule. Need to transport your kids to soccer practice? No sweat. Have […]
It can be the most uncomfortable part of a job interview: that moment when a potential employer asks “What’s your salary requirement?” Answering can feel like a dicey balancing act. Name a figure too large, and you might scare the employer away; name one too small, and you could lose value in their eyes or […]
Have you ever had a prospective employer ask about your desired salary? Or inquire about your salary history? This week’s guest, Jim Hopkinson, argues that your response to salary questions can be the difference in whether or not you get an offer and how much leverage you have in future pay discussions.
Whether you’re in the process of being hired or preparing for your annual review and raise, you have to know how to conduct a salary negotiation. Here are three tactics you can use to get what you feel you deserve: