However, this is my first job out of college, and I’d like to get my feet wet with negotiations.
I’ve been looking around for advice on things to negotiate other than salary, and most of them seem pretty normal (vacation time, job title) and some of them made sense although I didn’t know how to approach them (office). How would you begin to explain to a hiring staff why it was relevant to the job?
And whether or not she does this, if she drops your name to a hiring manager, you should be honest: “Jane and I did work together, but she’s not someone I’d recommend hiring” (and then explain why). Negotiating a gym membership as part of a job offer I’m in the interview process with a company for a job I’m really interested in, and things seem to be going well.
I’m optimistic about my chances, and expect a job offer in the next week or so if things continue to go well.
Notifying my network that I’m changing jobs I’ve been struggling with something for a few days now and I’m hoping you can help.
In the past, I’ve received several emails from people notifying their network of a job change.
In my first interview, they told me flat out what the salary for the job was.
To be a reference, I’d need to talk about your work ethic, initiative, and general quality of work, and I don’t feel like I can do that in a way that would help you.” You really would be helping her out if you let her know that — whether or not she appreciates it at the time.
He was very friendly during the interview, answered all my questions, seemed qualified and even sent a thank you note.
Then, on his first day, right after he turned in his paperwork he asked what the company policy was for employees to date their supervisors.
They’re pretty basic “I’ll be leaving company X for company Y.
If you need to get in touch with me in the future, here’s how” kind of stuff.