Salary Discussion

Salary Discussion In your field how much are you worth? And how much are they offering? Is compromising a factor? Those are the questions to take in consideration when thinking of salary offers.If you know for a fact you are good at what you do and deserve the fair amount fight for it. Close mouths don’t get fed and everybody seems so hungry. You have to speak upon what you know and go with actuality of the situation . Doing your research is key in getting things done the right way. Going off what you know is fine but if you do not have facts it wont matter. The first thing to do is to make sure you approach it right.One thing not to do is is break a business relationship by getting a small salary raise. Someone may see your approach as rude and or not factual. You need to plan how you will come about the situation , not preparing can drag your name in the mud. Going about it the most civil way is the best way to do it. Try to get the insight about the person you are trying to bargain with and or company past experience. Knowing if the company even wants to negotiate is a good thing to know. You wont always know but trying to find out could help. Questions like if they offer this amount I will ask for this amount and health benefits. Having answers to scenario's that could happen helps the approach process. Do you know what they are offering with the salary ? Asking questions before negation...

Preparing for an Interview

Researching Your Potential Employer Researching your potential employer should be a high priority in any job hunt. Besides making sure they are someone you are willing to work for, you can also investigate how they hire people. There are many ways to do this research. Your first stop will be your favorite search engine. You can type in terms like “company name job interview” or “company name hiring process”. Once you get a search you are happy with, go to the pages you find and start taking notes on things such as common questions that people report during interviews or any other things that stand out that do not conform to a normal interview process. Once you believe you have all the information you can gather, begin reading over your notes and keep them somewhere safe until after you are done with your interview(s) with the company. You will want to refer to them before your interview.   Researching Common Technical Questions and Responding to Them The next thing you should research is common interview questions for your specific job that you are applying for. While you may have been training or been in the field for a while now, knowing what is coming can always calm your nerves and prepare you for what you will say during the interview. One great website for this is glassdoor.com. They have a dedicated section for interviews for most job roles. Simply put in your potential job title, make sure you are searching in interviews, and press search. You will get a list of results from people who had interviews with the...