Salary negotiation is an important act in career progress. As we progress in our career, it is become important that our compensation is aligned with our professional growth. Here we discuss about the salary negotiation part in the job interview.
Before negotiate your salary, research salary ranges of different companies for the positions you have applied for. Let’s consider following factors such as Level of work experience, Education and certifications and Location, etc.
After the market research, assess your market value based on your qualifications and industry experience. Recruiters offer a salary package based on your competitive worth.
Apart from the salary the other components including allowances, HRA, insurance, bonuses, incentives, etc also part of your salary package. You can ask them to increase the other components apart from the basic.
Build a pitch with your past achievements and how will your contribute to the company. While discussions you can show excitement and convey expectations.
If you practice above points, it will ensure you deliver smoothly and convey the important points without missing any.
There are chances that you may not project your convictions properly. To avoid that make a realistic self-assessment of your educational qualifications, social competence, attitude, and other strengths, and that you have belief in your competence.
Take care of timing when you are initiating salary negotiation. The best time for salary negotiation is to be discussed towards the final round of interview.
It is important to deliver the output what you have promised in the interview. If you have quoted a figure to your employer, make sure that you have the competence and knowledge to live up to it.
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