Below is a collection of compensation topics to help you negotiate and counteroffer the best salary and benefits package.
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- How to Negotiate Your Best Salary
- Salary Increase Tips That Work
- How to Negotiate Salary, Once You Have a Job Offer in Hand
- Tips For Researching Your Ideal Salary
- Salary Negotiation Tips for Women [Related Article: How More Women Can Transition Into Executive Roles +3 Tools to Help]
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Who doesn't want to earn more money? Unless you are self-employed, you must rely on someone else to agree to give you a higher salary. It's not enough to need more money - asking for a raise shouldn't be based on personal needs, but rather on documented evidence of how you've added value to your company. If you are wondering if you should be asking your boss for a raise, here are some things to consider: 1. Have I been on the job long enough? If you’ve only been on the job for a month or two, you don’t deserve a raise – at least not yet. A raise is something you earn. It’s not something to which you’re entitled to so ...
Never heard of a functional resume? Don't know if you need one? There's a good reason why you may have never heard of this format. A functional resume is a basic resume format. It INTENTIONALLY hides things employment dates and employers. Advantages Versus Disadvantages There are advantages and disadvantages to using a functional resume. ADVANTAGES - Helps hide/overshadow employment gaps Gives you the ability to (de) emphasize certain skills, regardless of when you acquired them Most often the resume is shorter; typically one page in length DISADVANTAGES - Hiring managers dislike the functional resume. In fact, it's the most hated resume layout. For this reason, resume writers have almost unanimously abandoned the use of functional resume formats. Hides employment gaps, but ...