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Salary negotiation-Do’s and Dont’s

Keep this in mind when you attend your next job interview or when you are due for your next appraisal. Either ways, good luck!

The EHS post

salary-negotiation-tips-for-nonprofit-professionals-300x204All work and No pay makes Jack a dull boy.- Anonymous

The overwhelming reason candidates decide to explore new options is to get a better salary. At the same time most candidates are not sure – as to how to approach this tricky topic. Some are upfront about it and risk loosing their candidature. And there are some who are too nervous to even discuss this topic.

How does one go about managing this delicate issue of negotiating ones salary ?

Here are a few simple tips, to overcome the butterflies in your stomach and negotiate your salary in a clear and confident manner.

Homework helps.

What is the likely salary for the position you are applying for ? You must keep in mind that organizations base salaries on what they pay currently to fill similar roles. Some homework to find out the going rate for the position can be…

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