1) Do Your Homework:
2) Evaluate Your Skills:
A high and low, salary range is usually available from the following publications and/or websites: National Association of College and Employers, American Almanac of Jobs and Salaries, Career Center, and professional groups and clubs in your related field.
When stating your desired salary range, you should be honest when it comes to disclosing your past salary. It’s acceptable to ask for a range of approximately $5 to 6,000 per year above your current salary, to show that you’re within the company’s price range, but you also interested in more compensation.
3) Examine The Company’s Compensation Package:
4) Sell Yourself Properly:
5) Always Project A Positive Attitude:
6) The Final Offer:
7) Show Your True Colors:
Based on a recent survey that was conducted by the Society for Human Resources Management, 80% of employees are intimidated by negotiating compensation. Hopefully, understanding and using some of these tips will allow you to enhance the terms of your new job.