Now that you have advanced in your interview process, is it starting to weigh on you on how you are going to ask for the pay you deserve and not just any pay? You are not alone; a lot of people are scared of the unknown when it comes to asking what they want. Well, look no further here are some tips to help you negotiate the salary you deserve. These tips will help you along your process. First, know your value. Then, ask for help, do mock interviews and lastly practice in the mirror. With focus and practice, anyone can become a good negotiator.
Do you have reservations about your first job interview? Whether interviewing for an internship or job opportunity, it’s intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. It’s all about how you approach it that will make you successful.
There are many things in life that we tend to overlook and brush off as not important. Primarily in the business world, small things like greetings, gestures, and simple mannerisms are what can be the difference between whether or not you secure a job. There are many simple gestures that ultimately reflect how a potential employer may perceive you as either a worthy or an unworthy candidate for the job.
Frequently, the message on your answering machine is a future employer’s first impression of you. A truly remarkable voicemail is the first step to getting your dream job. As someone who frequently calls young professionals, I have heard many wonderful and striking voicemails. The following are some of the best. Before we get started, here are some helpful tips.
You have finished with the job interview, what’s next? Should I wait to be contacted?
One of the most overlooked parts of the job and interview process is the follow-up process. So, the question is not “should I wait to be contacted?” rather it’s “How do I follow-up after an interview?
Topics: Interview Follow-up