Are there risks associated with giving your own salary a "bump" when other companies or recruiters ask what you make? [more inside]
I just got a job offer (yay!) and I need help with negotiating benefits. Problem being that this is a very small and informal company while I've always worked at large multinationals with clear guidelines for these things. I have no idea how small companies work. [more inside]
I sent my resume for a job that I am very qualified for but just received a message that my expectations are above the scope. They did not provide a range, just a requirement to include expected salary in the cover letter. I stated my salary and said that it is negotiable. I have plenty of wiggle room, I am in a new market that is a bit lower than others I've been in (I did lower it from past compensation, but not enough apparently). What can I say to convey I still want to be considered & am willing to take up to $15k less without sounding desperate? I am worth every penny that I asked for, and that is not just my opinion. I am very very good at what I do but again, I realize it is a new, different market so I am ok with lower...
Is it ever ok not to negotiate? [more inside]
How, when, and with whom do I negotiate my salary if I get a job offer? [more inside]
How do I respond to an interviewers salary questions? [more inside]
Do young professionals stand a change when negotiating a starting salary after a three-month probationary period? [more inside]
I asked for too little during the job interview. How do I push for more if I get an offer? [more inside]