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How to Negotiate Salary After Job Offer
Short and informative video on how best to go about salary negotiations following a job offer.
In this video, Andrew LaCivita details the key tips he thinks will help you to negotiate your salary.
Negotiating your salary can often be a daunting prospect, and one that not many people enjoy. This video will show you how to approach salary negotiations confidently, so that there is nothing to fear.
He shows you how to approach these negotiations when your 'stock' is at its highest. He says it is essential to avoid salary negotiations early on in the application process and avoid any questions relating to how much money you want. Andrew also gives a couple of tips that can be used when facing a question like, "how much would you expect to earn?", so that you can avoid any salary discussions early on in your application process.
He suggests that you think of salary negotiations as a kind of compromise. Not that, one person makes a sacrifice but instead, bringing the two parties together in a way that makes both happy. Andrew emphasises that you must think in terms of the whole job package in terms of salary negotiation. This will help you to decide whether you are willing to sacrifice anything at all for the job.
He also suggests that salary negotiations should be seen as a kind of teamwork. You are negotiating with your potential employer to achieve something that works well for the two of you. If you can't reach a deal, then it is a failure for both parties.
Andrew also offers 6 words that you can use to really open up discussions, when perhaps you really want the job but aren't happy with the salary. This will help you to let them know that you are hoping to make the deal work.
This video will provide you with some great mindsets that you should adopt when approaching salary negotiations that will help you to achieve a deal that works for both parties.
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