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The Key Ingredient to Negotiating Your Next Salary: Simply Ask

money bagsWhen we used to work in recruiting, we always used to cringe when we extended a job offer and the candidate excitedly accepted on the spot.

“Don’t you have any questions?” I would inquire. “Are you sure there isn’t something else you want to find out?” I would prod.

Ho hum, the answer was typically no. If they only knew they were leaving money on the table! Hiring managers often told me what amount I would be able to go up to and if there was an issue, there was typically sign-on bonus money available, too.

That’s why this piece from SavingsAccount.com really resonated. Read more

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New Survey Reveals Nearly Half of Job Seekers Do Not Negotiate First Offers

If you’re looking for a job (and hey, even if you’re not), here’s important information to  keep on the brain.

According to a new CareerBuilder survey, 49 percent of people searching for jobs do not negotiate their offers at first. They simply accept the first offer communicated to them.

But wait, it gets better. They don’t negotiate and yet 45 percent of employers are actually willing to negotiate! Think about all of the money left on the table. Hmmmph. Read more

Can a Company Legally Rescind a Job Offer?

Congratulations! You’ve pounded the pavement, networked, networked some more, interviewed, and voila! You’ve been offered a job.

Check that — you were offered a job until a company rescinded the offer after negotiations occurred. Enter screeching car tires here. Read more