Art of Effective Salary Negotiation
When is the
last time you made $2,000 an hour? If this sounds like an
impossible goal, it's not. It's the difference $1.00 an hour
makes in your annual income. Negotiating a mere $5 per hour
salary increase will yield about $50,000 over a five year
spend hours researching and negotiating the purchase of a
house or car, but few even consider taking the time to properly
negotiating their salary, which can have a greater impact on
line. Whether you have a job interview next week or next
year, the tactics and tools in this article will give you
the edge you need to make a real impact in your bottom line.
Consider your priorities when negotiating benefits.
Good salary advice from InfoWorld, March 1999.
Contacting Rates: Even the odds.
Invaluable advice for contract professionals from ComputerWorld, March 1999.
Getting the best possible salary
InfoWorld article by Margaret Steen.
Do You Handle a Salary History Request?
When an employer requests a salary history to be submitted with a
resume, many job seekers find themselves at a loss. Source: JobWeb
Chapman's Salary Negotiations
A great resource from the author of one of the best books on
salary negotiation. Take the salary negotiation quiz and see if
you know enough about negotiating.
the Most of Your Compensation: Discussing Your Current Salary
How to discuss your current salary without disadvantaging
yourself in negotiations. Source: CareerBuilder.com
the Art of Salary Negotiation
With unemployment at a 29-year low
and the economy showing few signs of slowing, the job market
favors the professional job seeker when it comes to salary
negotiation. Yet most of us are not comfortable negotiating our
salaries even though negotiation has become a common part of
today's business. It is important to feel confident in this part
of the hiring process. The employer expects some type of
negotiation, and we must be ready. With the tips in this article,
even the most inexperienced negotiator can learn the art of
negotiation. Source: Headhunter.net
for Negotiating: The Ten Commandments of Employment Negotiations
Mr. Miller defines his basic principles for all employment
negotiations. Source: CareerBuilder.com
Careers: Salary Do's and Don'ts
The basic rules job-seekers need to succeed at salary
Job Offer Negotiation
Features the full text online of the chapter on salary
negotiation from the best-selling book, College
Grad Job Hunter: Insider Techniques and Tactics for Finding a
Top-Paying Entry Level Job, by Brian D. Krueger (Adams
The Careers Web Hotlist
List of Websites from InfoWorld to help with Salary Information
Noel Smith-Wenkle Salary Negotiation Method
Salary negotiation is something at which hiring managers are
usually a lot more proficient than the people they hire. In the
interest of leveling the playing field, here is a method for
salary negotiation that has worked for many others. Noel Smith-Wenkle
is a headhunter, who taught this method because his fees were
proportional to the salary that his clients get.
Quintessential Careers Salary Negotiation Tutorial
A great "how-to" guide to all aspects of
salary negotiation, from planning beforehand, to negotiating at
the interview, to tools for helping decide between offers. Free.
Through the Looking Glass: Raises and How to Get
Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine
salary survey, states that 56 percent of MCPs
expect to receive an increase in compensation this
year. What it doesn't provide is information by
certification about what size of raise that equates
to. Here, we'll provide details about the size of
those raises by certification title as well as
additional information we couldn't squeeze into the
original report. Shortly, we'll follow up with
information about salaries by size of company. What
you don't know about compensation can cost you!
Source: MCP Magazine (Aug 2003)
What can you negotiate with your Boss?
Before you negotiate a salary, be sure to take into consideration all elements that comprise your compensation package. Source: Washington Post