4 Important things you should negotiate other than salary

Posted on 27th Feb 2018 | 1152 views

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The main objective of a job is to seek financial stability and that stability will be associated with salary. The first thought after completing the job interview is that how much I am going to get paid. As a job seeker you need to understand that our job has included any other benefits which we must discuss and negotiate them with the recruiter. Other things may include Flexible working hours, maternity or paternity leave, perks, allowance etc are important part of our job.


Here are few things you need to discuss with your recruiter whenever you takeup a new job:

Timings: Flexible work hours have become part of today work culture. Gone are the days when people use to work 9-5 shifts. The concept of flexi hours differs from company to company. Here a candidate should be clear about what he wants about flexi hours such as work from home, leaving an hour early twice a week, flexible shift of 8 hours etc, all these things will help you get clarity about work life of an organization.

Vacation: You should discuss about companys leaves policy with the recruiter at the time of interview. Candidates can have clarity on sick leaves, casual leaves and paid leaves. Also confirm about if any paid vacations each year, finding out the company offers which add more value to your monetary benefits.

Transportation allowance : You can also ask about the transportation facilities provided by the organisation.If your job profile demands more travelling then you can also ask about travelling expenses stipend to help ease with expense.

Promotions: Promotions will be energy boosters once you join in any organization. Discuss with your recruiter about interval of promotions, parameters of it, growth opportunities offered by the organization.

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