If everyone liked to negotiate. the world would be full of lawyers. However, nobody wants to feel like they are being taken advantage of. Set a reasonable goal for yourself when negotiating for a new job or even a raise or promotion at your current job. Decide what would really make you happy, and think what you could settle for and still be satisfied. Put yourself in the shoes of the company making the offer and develop a realistic worth of your skills now and in the near future.

If a company is inflexible, it can possibly be an indication of things to come. Sometimes negotiations can come down to a simple yes or no. However, when it is not so cut and dry, having an experienced professional recruiter on your side can be quite an advantage. The expert staff at Kunin Associates possesses the ability to address both parties' concerns so that each will understand the other's position, allowing the negotiations to overcome potential stumbling blocks. At Kunin Associates you can expect to receive expert, sensible, honest advice on when to stop, when to proceed with caution, and if both you and the hiring company feel that it's the right fit, when to go. We make negotiations quick and successful because making the right fit from the outside is our job.
Please visit us at www.kuninassociates.com

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Comment by Maureen Sharib on June 2, 2009 at 7:39am
Advice on how to negotiate would be greatly appreciated by the community.
Comment by Jerry Albright on June 2, 2009 at 8:26am

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