Salary Negotiation


Maximizing your career over time requires savvy salary negotiation at every career event, raise, promotion, job change, and more. You can’t leave it to chance. You can’t let your boss dictate to you how much you should be paid. You can’t let a new employer reduce your pay unless you have a way to make up for the gap and more.

Salary negotiation occurs in three key steps.

    1. Peer Salary. Compare your salary to peers in your geography to know where you stand.
    2. Job Offer Evaluation. Find out how strong (or weak) your job offer is.
    3. Negotiation Strategy. Get proven negotiation strategies and tactics that ensure your salary request is honored.

Why Negotiate Your Salary?

Let’s say you don’t negotiate and get paid $5,000 less than you could have made.  If you’re a strong performer, at next raise time, you may have gotten 10%.  So you made $45,000 per year instead of $50,000.  Instead of getting a $5,000 raise next year, you got $4,500.  You lose not only the $5,000 from the first year, but $500 next year.  Imagine you stay on the 10% increase path for 5 years.  You will have lost over $33,000 in total because you didn’t negotiate for that initial $5,000 you deserved.  Again, don’t let it happen.  SpringRaise Your Salary shows you how to avoid this pitfall and others to get on higher salary ground throughout the rest of your career.  Check it out!

Take The Lead In Your Negotiation

Information is power and Springraise Salary Negotiation is here to give you proven salary negotiation strategies to help you get the highest salary you can—not just now, but over the life of your career. No matter what the reason, it’s in your interest to negotiate.


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