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Negotiating Your Salary

Negotiating Your Salary

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978280800060464EBookPlurilingua PublishingLearn how to negotiate your salary in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Asking for more money can be daunting, but it is a vital step if you want to gain recognition for your work and increase your professional wellbeing. Negotiation is therefore a crucial skill if you are looking to secure a pay rise or earn more money at a new company. In this book, you will learn about the importance of salary negotiation during the recruitment process, after your performance review and when accepting a promotion. It also provides useful tips to formulate your request clearly and persuasively and advice on how to know what to ask for, giving you all the tools you need to get paid what you deserve! How can this book help you in your career? Negotiation is essential if you want a salary that matches your skills, experience and expectations. This book will give you everything you need to: Prepare for salary negotiation by evaluating your strengths, weaknesses and areas for improvement Carry out research on your company and sector so that you know what to ask for Formulate your request and adapt your arguments depending on who you are speaking to Overcome any possible objections and make concessions where necessary Avoid the most common pitfalls that hamper salary negotiations This straightforward and accessible 64-page book is structured as follows: Negotiating your salary Effective negotiation: the basics Preparing to negotiate Some general principles Formulating your request Top tips FAQs What should I do if my employer refuses to give me a pay rise? How should I formulate my request for a pay rise? Is there an ideal time to negotiate? What arguments should I use when negotiating? Can I negotiate my salary during the recruitment phase? What qualities do I need to become a good negotiator? Over to you Learn how to negotiate your salary in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Asking for more money can be daunting, but it is a vital step if you want to gain recognition for your work and increase your professional wellbeing. Negotiation is therefore a crucial skill if you are looking to secure a pay rise or earn more money at a new company. In this book, you will learn about the importance of salary negotiation during the recruitment process, after your performance review and when accepting a promotion. It also provides useful tips to formulate your request clearly and persuasively and advice on how to know what to ask for, giving you all the tools you need to get paid what you deserve! How can this book help you in your career? Negotiation is essential if you want a salary that matches your skills, experience and expectations. This book will give you everything you need to: Prepare for salary negotiation by evaluating your strengths, weaknesses and areas for improvement Carry out research on your company and sector so that you know what to ask for Formulate your request and adapt your arguments depending on who you are speaking to Overcome any possible objections and make concessions where necessary Avoid the most common pitfalls that hamper salary negotiations This straightforward and accessible 64-page book is structured as follows: Negotiating your salary Effective negotiation: the basics Preparing to negotiate Some general principles Formulating your request Top tips FAQs What should I do if my employer refuses to give me a pay rise? How should I formulate my request for a pay rise? Is there an ideal time to negotiate? What arguments should I use when negotiating? Can I negotiate my salary during the recruitment phase? What qualities do I need to become a good negotiator? Over to you application/pdf1 communication skills, conflict resolution, effective communication, job interviews, negotiation, new job, performance evaluation, persuasion, professional wellbeing
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Learn how to negotiate your salary in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Asking for more money can be daunting, but it is a vital step if you want to gain recognition for your work and increase your professional wellbeing. Negotiation is therefore a crucial skill if you are looking to secure a pay rise or earn more money...
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Learn how to negotiate your salary in just 50 minutes with this practical and concise book. Asking for more money can be daunting, but it is a vital step if you want to gain recognition for your work and increase your professional wellbeing. Negotiation is therefore a crucial skill if you are looking to secure a pay rise or earn more money at a new company.

In this book, you will learn about the importance of salary negotiation during the recruitment process, after your performance review and when accepting a promotion. It also provides useful tips to formulate your request clearly and persuasively and advice on how to know what to ask for, giving you all the tools you need to get paid what you deserve!

How can this book help you in your career?

Negotiation is essential if you want a salary that matches your skills, experience and expectations. This book will give you everything you need to:

  • Prepare for salary negotiation by evaluating your strengths, weaknesses and areas for improvement
  • Carry out research on your company and sector so that you know what to ask for
  • Formulate your request and adapt your arguments depending on who you are speaking to
  • Overcome any possible objections and make concessions where necessary
  • Avoid the most common pitfalls that hamper salary negotiations

This straightforward and accessible 64-page book is structured as follows:

  • Negotiating your salary
  • Effective negotiation: the basics
    • Preparing to negotiate
    • Some general principles
    • Formulating your request
  • Top tips
  • FAQs
    • What should I do if my employer refuses to give me a pay rise?
    • How should I formulate my request for a pay rise?
    • Is there an ideal time to negotiate?
    • What arguments should I use when negotiating?
    • Can I negotiate my salary during the recruitment phase?
    • What qualities do I need to become a good negotiator?
  • Over to you

Product details

ISBN

9782808000604

Publisher

Plurilingua Publishing

Series

50MINUTES.COM – Coaching

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PDF

Pages

64

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4.1 MB