Salary negotiation coaching, resume writing & interview training resource. Including answers to expected salary question, interview training and simple resume format. Also counter offer negotiation coaching, salary negotiation tips and virtual interview tips.
- If your expected salary is less than their budget, you may miss out on a higher salary.
- Also, if your expected salary is higher than their budget, they may eliminate you.
- So try to delay answering the expected salary question, as long as you can.
COVID-19 virtual interview tips
- Virtual interview tips for your virtual job interview during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- As a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, most are conducting virtual interviews. Including online video interviews and phone interviews.
- Examples of salary negotiation of counter offer and terms of contract.
- Also salary negotiation includes negotiating your whole salary package.
- If you don’t negotiate your starting salary, you could lose thousands of dollars.
- Not negotiating $8,000 at the start of your career does not sound like much. But it can add up to more than $350,000 over the course of your career.
- I work with you to achieve the highest salary. Including salary negotiation of a counter offer and terms of contract. Also includes answering expected salary and salary negotiation of a pay raise.
- Since every situation is unique, I stay with you every step of the salary negotiation process. So you don’t have to wait for answers.
- Do you ever wonder why some of your friends earn more than you do? Possibly a salary coach or a salary negotiation coach helped them. I assist clients worldwide, including clients in Australia, USA, Canada, NZ, Germany and Japan.
- I offer face to face job interview coaching and training in Sydney, in person.
- Also offering virtual interview coaching and training. Including video, phone and online interview training and coaching.
- I share with you my hands on hiring management experience.
The hidden job market in 2022
- This refers to unadvertised and non existing jobs.
- Cold call and network to increase your chances. As the hidden job market covers 60 to 80% of all jobs.
- But most applicants only focus on online advertised jobs.
- Could be used to justify a salary increase.
- Also referred to as a salary negotiation letter and a salary increase request letter.
- Read in detail the reasons why not to send a salary increase letter, unless asked to do so. Or if you are not comfortable with discussing face to face.
Salary negotiation tips
- Tips for counter offer and terms of contract. Also how to re-negotiate the highest salary.
How to ask for a salary increase
- There is no standard method for a pay raise.
- Pay raise tips on how to negotiate a pay raise.
- Negotiate with your employer.
- Also, you can usually negotiate a much higher pay raise, if it is hard to replace you.
Two job offers
- I have been offered 2 job offers and I really don’t know which to choose.
- I like offer A more than offer B.
- But offer B is a higher salary.
- Do I accept offer B? Or do I ask company B to match offer A?
- Or should I tell company B that I have another job offer and ask for a higher salary?
My coaching and training services
- Assisting clients across Australia. Including Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne. And clients in the USA, Canada, Japan, NZ, UK and worldwide.
- We’ll be adding online salary negotiation training and online resume writing.
- Email me, if you would like to be included in updates and mailing list.
- Check out my job interview training and my salary negotiation coaching. Also see my resume writing services to make you stand out from other applicants. And call me on 0417 063 668.
Should I send a salary negotiation counter offer letter?
- It is best to negotiate salary on the phone or in person.
- Even if you receive an offer letter or an offer email, it’s still best to negotiate on the phone or in person.
Simple resume format
- There are many simple resume formats. Use this sample to build and write your resume.
- Also ensure your resume shows why you are better than the rest.
- If you do more than what your job title implies, add an explanation. Such as filled in for boss for 9 weeks.
- Don’t mention expected salary in your resume, unless asked to do so.
If you can’t find what you are looking for in our comprehensive resource, ask me. Also call me on 0417 063 668 to inquire about my professional coaching services.
Resume action verbs
- Increase the strength of your resume by using these strong action verbs.
- So, use strong resume action verbs to describe your experience and skills.
- Use verbs like initiated, implemented, coached, negotiated and exceeded.
Cold calling cover letter
- A cover letter to inquire about unadvertised and non existing jobs.
- Include the cold calling resume with the cold calling cover letter.
Job search tips
- Job search tips to help you succeed in your job search.
- Plan your job search. Also, succeeding in a job search is not just a matter of luck or trying again and again.
Job search mistakes
- Mistakes decrease your chances of succeeding.
- So, avoid these mistakes to land your dream job quicker.
Post COVID-19 CV tips
- Employers review a CV in less than 20 seconds.
- Don’t include current salary or expected salary in your CV.
- Include added profits, added business and reduced cost.
- Insert transferable skills.
- See post COVID-19 job searching tips and post COVID-19 application tips.
Jobs and careers by industry
- Explore jobs and careers in banking, IT, health and service.
- As jobs vary from one location to another.
Job search jokes
- Job search jokes for you to enjoy and to make you laugh.
- So you can take a break from your job search.
- Furthermore which joke do you like most?
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