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Salary and Negotiation

Discussion in 'Business, Lifestyle & Leisure' started by Astroboy, Jul 24, 2008.

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    ਨਾਮ ਤੇਰੇ ਕੀ ਜੋਤਿ ਲਗਾਈ (Previously namjap)
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    How to Conduct a Salary Negotiation
    Each employee who joins your organization conducts a salary negotiation with you to maximize their salary and benefits. For reasons of consistency, fairness, and employee morale, you often need to reject candidate requests in their salary negotiations. You can conduct fair salary negotiations that positively impact your company's budget while making the new employee feel their salary negotiation was successful. Learn more.



    Tips for a Successful Salary Negotiation
    A salary negotiation window exists from the time you offer a job to a candidate to the acceptance of the job by your selected candidate. The results of this negotiation can leave a candidate feeling wanted or devalued. The results of this negotiation can leave the employer excited to welcome the candidate or feeling as if he lost. A positive employer and a positive employee are the result of a successful salary negotiation. Here are some tips for conducting a successful salary negotiation.

    The Scoop on Salary Increases
    Do you believe your work is worth more money than you are making? If so, you are not alone. According to a Salary.com survey of 13,500 random visitors, sixty-five percent of respondents said they are looking for a new job within the next three months. Of those, fifty-seven percent say they are looking because they believe they are underpaid. But, you may not be underpaid. See what salary increases are available for pay raises currently. You might be surprised.

    How to Ask for a Pay Raise
    Want more money than you're currently making? If your goal is to stay in your current job working for your present employer, you'll need to ask for a pay raise. Planning and preparation are key when you ask for a pay raise. So are timing, your employer's pay practices, and the market-based pay rates for your job.

    Make More Money: Your Lifetime Income Potential
    Work is about the money. Work only becomes not about the money when you have sufficient income – however you define sufficient income – to support your chosen life style. With sufficient money, work becomes about other motivations. Maximize lifetime income potential by the choices you make for your career and how you work with your employer. Learn how to maximize your lifetime income potential.

    Recruiting and Staffing Success Tips - Use a Point Person for Salary Negotiations
    A salary negotiation window exists from the time you offer a job to a candidate until your candidate accepts the job. The results of this negotiation leave a candidate feeling wanted or devalued. The results of this negotiation leave the employer excited to welcome the candidate or feeling as if he lost. A positive employer and a positive employee are the result of a successful salary negotiation.

    Q. Should My Husband Ask for a Raise at His Troubled Company?
    Couple spent on the assumption that the husband's base income included both his base pay and his profit sharing bonus. When his company experienced problems, the profit sharing ceased and they found themselves unable to live on his base salary. They want to know if he should ask for a pay raise to make up the difference. Their question is answered.

    Salary Negotiation: How to Conduct a Successful Salary Negotiation
     
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