Category Archives: Negotiations

Keep the Negotiations Positive

The other day I wrote about how Negotiations are Expected for most job hires that require previous work experience. I discovered this is a hot topic as many readers shared their regrets about not negotiating when they had the opportunity.  An … Continue reading

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Why Negotiations are Expected

In my work with clients who are moving into their second/third/fourth jobs and who have several years of relevant work experience under their belts, I am often asked if negotiating an offer is permissible. I believe it is not only … Continue reading

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Passed Over for an Internal Job: Should You Tell Your Boss

Two years ago, I penned some thoughts about career options if individuals find themselves passed over for a promotion/internal job at their current employer.  Yesterday, I wrote about how to interact with the new boss if one should decide to … Continue reading

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Asking for What you Want

“You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you just might find, you get what you need.” – Mick Jagger and Keith Richards One of my favorite songs and a classic line (one that was even … Continue reading

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