Negotiate your salary

You already have information about the company

This information allows you to weigh the company and know how much it can offer you. Try to know the company's turnover, its growth, the remuneration proposed by its direct competitors and the salary grid.

Know the type of employment

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The more information you will have on the job that is proposed to you (tasks, work rate, responsibilities ...) the more reasons you can provide to justify the amount you have requested. Also find out about the usual remuneration for this type of job (consulting the specialized press, job offers ...)

Evaluate your skills

Your experience, your skills and the level of responsibility required are parameters that can affect the salary range proposed, so it is important to know how much they are “worth” before starting to negotiate. When it is time to talk about the salary you can also specify your previous salary (thirteenth and premiums included). When you change companies you must count on a salary increase of at least 10%.

Don't start the interview by talking about your salary

The first part of the interview must focus on your professional experience and your skills, to put you in a good light! Furthermore, the salary issue is generally addressed by the employer. If it asks you what your salary claims are, it points to a salary fork where the lowest salary is still acceptable to you. If he refuses to negotiate (a fairly frequent case), he tries to obtain other advantages (rewards, faster evolution…).

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