The majority of us are not trained in negotiation. When we think about negotiating, we think about sales, confrontation, and a lot of back and forth. Luckily, when you're interviewing for a job it's possible to simplify your negotiation to make it work for you, and the potential employer. It's your job as an interviewee to establish your salary range upfront to make sure you're getting the amount you need to do the job.
"I want you to make sure that you are not compromising. This is good to know right up front; whether or not they can meet your needs and requirements. A job interview all the way through from the recruiter, to the panel, to the final interview is your opportunity to evaluate the role, just as much as it is them evaluating you. So please, never forget that!" - Elissa Shuck, LYWL EP.28
In this episode, you'll discover how to speak about compensation with a hiring manager, which questions to ask, how to frame your salary range up front, and how to know immediately if the company is going to be able to provide you what you're looking for when it comes to compensation.
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