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Jobseekers: Negotiating Benefits and Promotions

Negotiating Salary & Benefits

 

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How to Negotiate Your Salary...

The Careful Art of Negotiating Your First Salary

Salary negotiation is always challenging, but it’s especially intimidating for young grads starting their careers. Any how-to on salary negotiation will advise you to use your skills and experience as leverage.  Continue reading from PayScale
 

10 Questions to Ask When Negotiating Salary 

What you ask for during a salary negotiation doesn’t just influence how much you earn—it also tells your future employer whether you’re good at negotiating, which is a skill you can put to work for the employer once you’re hired. Continue reading from Monster

How to Negotiate Salary: 37 Tips You Need to Know 

A survey by Salary.com revealed that only 37% of people always negotiate their salaries—while an astonishing 18% never do. Even worse, 44% of respondents claim to have never brought up the subject of a raise during their performance reviews. Continue reading from The Muse

Negotiating Salary 101: Tactics for Better Compensation

What are the top three rules for jobseekers to follow to successfully negotiate the best possible compensation package? Continue reading from Women for Hire

How to get promoted...

3 Things You Must Do to Get Your First Promotion

Once you’ve landed your first job, your thoughts may quickly turn to moving up in the organization. But that fabulous promotion isn’t just going to fall into your lap -- there are things you have to do to along the way. Continue reading from Monster

Bosses Tell Us: 11 Things That Will Get You Promoted

Have you ever been promoted? If so, congratulations. If not, there might be something you can do about that.  And we don't mean "be more confident."  We mean specific actions you can take to impress your superiors—and take home a bigger paycheck. Continue reading The Muse

9 Skills that will get You Promoted Faster

Can you identify a time when you were energized at work? In other words, you gave more effort than you would’ve expected to, doing something that you wouldn’t have thought was particularly exciting -  Continue reading from CNBC MakeIt

What You Really Need to Do to Get Promoted

To accelerate the process and achieve regular promotions to roles of increased responsibility, focus on these six personal branding factors. Continue reading from Forbes

How to Get a Raise

How to Get a Raise

To earn a bigger paycheck, you’ll need to do more than just a top-rate job. An effective strategy for obtaining a raise also requires documenting your accomplishments, understanding your boss’s expectations and researching your employer’s financial health. Continue reading from Wall Street Journal

Negotiation Q&A: I Got a Raise—But it Wasn't Enough

I think I've just been shorted the raise I deserve, and am hoping you can help me—or at least tell me what I should have done so I don't make this mistake again. Continue reading from The Muse

Resources from the Collection
Link to Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss in the catalog
Link to Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg
Link to Secrets of Power Salary Negotiating by Roger Dawson in the catalog
Link to From Paycheck to Purpose by Ken Coleman in the catalog
Link to HBR guide to your professional growth in the catalog
Link to Secrets Of Power Negotiating For Your Dream Job by Roger Dawson in Hoopla
Link to 60 Seconds and You're Hired by Robin Ryan in Hoopla
Link to One Minute Negotiator by Dan Dutson in the catalog
Link to  Login to Download How to Be Great at Your Job by Justin Kerr in Freading
Link to  Login to Download Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon in Freading
Link to  Me 2.0 by Dan Schwabel in the catalog
Link to The Power of Reputation by Chris Komisarjevsky in Hoopla