Personal Development Reaction Reaction Paper

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workshop was fascinating in that it taught me that there are many different ways to salary negotiation.

For instance, the common thought has been to decline from naming a price and stating that you would first like to reflect and discuss it with others; then do online or offline research in your chosen field to see average salary in your field. However, recent research seems to indicate, interestingly enough, that settling on a certain price, even as a joke can raise your salary. The researchers, for instance gave the instance of an applicant who joked that she would like to earn a million dollars. The interviewer raised her salary to $300 as much. Interviewers like to see someone who esteems themselves and their capabilities. It makes them esteem that interviewee more.

As regards other principles of salary negotiations, the tips are generally the following:

Be patient -- wait until the interviewer brings up the topic. Then see how much he has to offer. Know your founding price after having done research on the topic. Never go into the interview asking about the money or the benefits. You can also say that you would like to know more about the job and responsibilities of task before conclusively agreeing to any formal settlement. Sometimes, a simple "I need to think it over" can prompt an increase in quoted salary. A "no" on job offer and salary can also prompt increase. It depends on whether one wants to risk these situations.

Some companies may offer training workshops. Ask employer whether he offers career-enhancing courses or pays for attendance at business seminars. Remind him that the company will reap the rewards.

Increasingly more companies offer employer wellness programs. Your potential employer may be amenable to these.

2. Provide prospective employer with a range of compensation…

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