One question I’ve heard a lot during the course of my career is how do you figure out what to counter when you receive your offer. Most people don’t know how to figure out what to counter so they end up taking the company’s offer.
According to a study in the Journal of Organizational Behavior, not negotiating could cost you more than $600,000 over the course of a typical career.
When determining what to ask for you’ll first need to:
- Determine the Market Value for your skills
- Analyze the Benefits
- Build Justifications
So how do you do all of this?
That’s what I show you in my new class How to Negotiate Your Offer – Determining What to Ask For.
Specifically you’ll learn:
- How to build a Salary Calculation Worksheet to determine your market value.
- How to build a Benefits Analysis Worksheet to analyze your benefits.
- How to Build Justifications and Anticipate Company Objections.
- How to Ask for Money or a Non-Monetary Benefit.
- And a lot more.
Don’t accept the first amount that’s offered because you could be leaving money on the table. Remember, the company is hiring you because you’re bringing value to their organization. Determine the market price associated with that value and negotiate to receive it.
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