Negotiating Your Salary

29 Nov

Check out this helpful video on negotiating your compensation. Yes, you can negotiate!



7 Responses to “Negotiating Your Salary”

  1. Xiaming (Harry) Li November 29, 2012 at 10:22 am #

    It is very useful for the new employees like us. In China, we don’t like to talk about money, but here we should be more straightforward about the benefit we should get.

  2. Ezekiel Arrington November 30, 2012 at 7:08 pm #

    With the current state of the economy a lot of companies are offering lower salaries for positions because people are desperate for work and willing to work for less. To me this makes the idea of negotiating a less than favorable notion because you never know who is willing to do your job at a lower pay.

    • Evans on Marketing November 30, 2012 at 8:55 pm #

      But, you can still (politely) negotiate at any level AFTER you get the offer and you know they want you. Yes, you do have to understand the market and be realistic.

  3. Jiadong Zheng December 3, 2012 at 6:03 pm #

    according to this vedio, I think it is necessary for those employess to argue with their boss if they think their salary were quit low.

  4. Greg Shapiro December 5, 2012 at 5:04 pm #

    The part of the video where the woman says, “don’t negotiate during the interview process,” that is key. I’ve interviewed many people for my company and a handful did want to negotiate during the interview process, that showed they didn’t care about the company or anything other then the money. Needless to say those who did try to negotiate salary during the interview did not move on to the next phase of interviews. What until you are offered the job and prove yourself before asking for an increase in salary.

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