1. Fast CompanyYour Cheat Sheet To Negotiating These Five Perks With Your Next Job Offer

    Fast CompanyYour Cheat Sheet To Negotiating These Five Perks With Your Next Job Offer

    So you finally landed that big job offer. Congratulations! But don’t break open the bubbly just yet. It’s time to gear up for the tricky negotiation phase that often takes place before the deal is officially sealed. And we’re not just talking salary, either. Sure, it’s important to negotiate your base pay, because what you take home today can impact your future earnings. But remember, "Your salary is not the only ‘benefit’ from your job," says certified career coach Hallie Crawford.

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    1. I can't tell you how many times, as a recruiter, we had a signing bonus on the table, but people just didn't ask for it.
    2. As a former recruiter, that was the easiest thing to get approved every single time.
    3. The more and more people do it, [the more they] realize they're more productive and working harder than if they were in the office.
    4. I would say you should be in the office for the majority of the time, especially at the beginning, otherwise you're kind of out of sight, out of mind.
    5. Don't just generalize, because your definition of a flexible schedule may be different from the hiring manager's opinion.
    6. Get everything in writing, in case your boss, who you negotiated with, resigns and no one has record of it.
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