Practice salary negotiation

jeu. 27 septembre à 00:30

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Grind
New York
États-Unis
New York

Negotiate your salary $10K higher RSVP http://geni.us/practicesalary I once lost $20K in a salary negotiation. I once lost out on $20K+ salary due to poor negotiations skills. I thought the recruiter was on my side, he helped me graciously and was always available to answer questions. During the interview, we spoke about a potential dollar range for my annual salary, and he even said, if I were to make you an offer in the $XXK range would you accept? I thought I had aced the interview, the hiring manager (or the person I would be reporting to) was already on board and wanted me on the team. I could not be more wrong! When I got the call, I immediately recognized the number, and as soon I picked up the voice on the other end confirmed it was the recruiter. We exchanged initial pleasantries, and he informed me that he was pleased to offer me the position with an annual salary of $XX - $20K. WTF! Why is the offer $20K less than what we discussed as the bottom of the range? I took a deep breath and responding by saying thank you so much - I appreciate you calling me and letting me know. Then I asked the recruiter, if my memory serves me correctly we discussed $XX in the interview and why the offer is $20K below the minimum of the range we talked about. The recruiter responded that unfortunately, he was unable to get what we discussed due to budget constraints, etc. and what we discussed was not contractual. Again WTF! I thought wow - now he is using legalese with me, I remained calm (although felt I was cheated out of the $20K). I ended the conversation by stating once again that I appreciate the recruiter calling me directly and letting me know about the offer and I am very excited about the prospect of joining the company. However, I requested that he keep the offer open while I discussed it with my wife. The recruiter replied he can keep it open for the next 7 days. During the next 7 days, I thought about what happened and how I could just lose $20K in a 30-minute conversation, then I realized that I made several mistakes in the interview process. A few days later I called back the recruiter and asked him if there was any way in which he could increase the offer to the range we had discussed during our face to face meeting. He remained adamant that he had no play, and it is a take it or leave it option and that the offer expires end of business day 7. I knew I made this unforgivable mistake in the interview and now the damage has been done, there is no way I can go back and change it. Either I accept or move on. # But wait in my next salary negotiation (for another job) I was offered $10K more than I had asked for. During my next salary negotiation I made sure that I did not repeat the same mistake again, in fact, this time around I create a solid game plan and practiced. The end result was I was offered $10K more than what I had asked for. Does this sound familiar? Are you afraid to negotiate your salary because of fear of – Losing the offer? – Appearing to be too pushing/ greedy or demanding? – Do you undervalue yourself? Don't be like me and leave money on the table. What you need is a: Game plan + Practice = Higher negotiated salary. This workshop will teach you how to negotiate your salary confidently We at The Product Angle love to learn by doing, in this workshop we will teach you how to confidently negotiate your salary and give you an opportunity to practice your new skills in practice or mock salary negotiation. Sample Agenda 7.30 pm – Individual preparation time. 7.45 pm – Begin practice/ mock salary negotiation. 8.15 pm – Finish negotiation and debrief. 9.00 pm – Workshop ends. What you get – Strategies to boost your salary. – How to effectively prepare for the negotiation? – What to do during the negotiation? – Strategies based on facts, not emotions. – Access to the Slack community. RSVP http://geni.us/practicesalary

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Grind
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États-Unis

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