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Ask the Recruiter Q&A: Salary Negotiation http://dougleschan.com/the-recruitment-guru/other-articles/for-recruitment-consultants/the-process-of-a-360-role-recruitment-consultantheadhunter/




Check out this Q&A from a Recruiter and Career Coach on top salary negotiation strategies to help you get the compensation you deserve! I’ll take you through the negotiation process from deciding if you should negotiate, assessing your bargaining power, and preparing for a successful negotiation. You’ll also learn my practical tips for determining what to negotiate, how to respond when you’re being low-balled, and how to make sure you receive your fair market value.

Agenda:

2:10 – Salary Negotiation Success Story
4:30 – When You Should Negotiate
6:30 – How to Assess Your Negotiation Power
10:50 – What to Do When Negotiating
16:00 – How to Prepare for a Negotiation
18:10 – What Can You Negotiate?
24:20 – How to Respond When You’re Being Low-Balled
31:00 – How to Negotiate to Receive Your Fair Market Value
36:00 – What to Consider If You’re Moving Overseas
44:45 – The Three Most Important Things to Remember When You’re Offered a Job

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  1. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Great advice and good perspectives to view things from the other side of the fence. Thanks for recording this!

  2. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Man all this is temporary until my business is fully up and running, then I'm living within a year. And with how much we pay in taxes, a few thousand more really doesn't mean anything.

  3. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    A Big Thanks for sharing this out in the world. People need this info.

  4. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    I disagree that new graduates should not negotiate. Depends on education level reached and position. Always negotiate!

  5. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Thanks for making this! Super helpful tips. I love the detail and amount of content! I will have to share this with my audience :)

  6. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    What should a new grad say when asked about Salary Expectations ?

  7. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    I would argue there are better ways to address the current salary question then to be straight forward and transparent. Doing so puts the candidate at a disadvantage especially if they are underpaid in their current role. I would suggest asking the recruiter in a friendly way why this question is relevant and if it is truly to evaluate how you fit then getting a salary range for the position should meet this requirement and their needs.

  8. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    A lot of very relevant info. Good job!

  9. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Thank you for this information!!! I love your delivery. You explained everything very well and I am able to understand why and how companies act the way they do during this crucial time. You are amazing!!!

  10. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Very thorough – great suggestions!

  11. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    What happens if they offer you the job at the conclusion of the interview?

    My former boss recommended me for a position at his current workplace. I have had a soft introduction with the CEO, who he said he would like to appoint me but the Board requires a formal interview. They have said they aren't listing the job online or anywhere else.

    I am almost positive they will offer me the position at the conclusion of the interview. Because they are a NFP, I am also sure that they will give me a very low figure. I am okay with a drop from my last position (because of the experience I will get in this particular kind of office) but I can't sustain too big a reduction. More than likely, a negotiation will need to take place.

    Is it appropriate to negotiate at the interview, especially when you're outnumbered 3-1? Any tips?

    Thank you so much for all the content you covered in the video! If I do find myself in the position to negotiate, I am so much more confident about doing so.

  12. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Fantastic advice…

  13. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Hi Diana! I accepted a verbal low ball offer. It's not salaried but when I spoke with my recruiter she gave me a salaried number. When I got off the call and crunched the number I realized I should've been offered the additional 5k at least. Monday we are scheduled to speak again. How can I recover?

  14. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Hi Diana! I accepted a verbal low ball offer. It's not salaried but when I spoke with my recruiter she gave me a salaried number. When I got off the call and crunched the number I realized I should've been offered the additional 5k at least. Monday we are scheduled to speak again. How can I recover?

  15. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    Wow she is amazing!!!! Who is she!!??? Mind blown #Boom Following !!

  16. February 12, 2017 at 7:10 pm —

    This has been so helpful! Thank you!

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