Crisco’s Corner Blog shares helpful salary negotiations tactics that can help you with securing a salary within your desired salary range. This is a great post to use to help you effectively plan your discussion points during an interview process.
Found this piece of advice in my e-mail box.
“For years we’ve been told not to discuss salary in job interviews. But Monster.com career expert Mary Ellen Slayter says you can — as long as you do it very carefully and “not before you’re confident that they’re strongly interested in hiring you.”
In fact, she says it’s smart to bring up salary earlier on in the process because it can save you the hassle of going on additional interviews and falling in love with a company that has no chance of being able to afford you.
“The early stages of the interviewing process are really about getting to know each other, trying to see if the role is a good fit,” she says. “Money is part of that fit, of course, and no one wants to waste time going on job interviews with companies that can’t meet their salary expectations.”
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