Walk Into a Salary Negotiation with the Right List of Accomplishments
When you're gearing yourself up for a
Thinking about what you've done and why you're worth a raise is easy enough, but you don't want to overdo. For a raise, it's important to show your value:
"Depending on your field, these can be projects pushed forward, a portfolio of
This can be anything from printed materials to an actual presentation. "I've had clients that did a little bit of everything and were able to show [using research] that if her company had to hire for her four different roles, it would cost them another $150,000 a year," says Hopkinson. "So it's planting that seed and the person she was negotiating with was probably thinking, 'Oh God, I hope she doesn't leave because it would be a nightmare.'"
The idea is to show your value to the company and make sure they know exactly what you do. If you do it right, you should be able to get that raise. Head over to 99U for a bunch more tips.
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