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Title: Module 7: Job Offer Evaluation and Salary Negotiation


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Module 7 Job Offer Evaluation and Salary
Negotiation
2
Introduction and Learning Objectives
  • Evaluate job offers, pay, and benefits
  • Understand the effect of cost-of-living on salary
  • Deal with salary questions
  • Learn how to negotiate salary
  • Discuss making the best impression during the
    first year on the job

3
The Initial Job Offer
  • You have applied for four jobs and are very
    interested in two of them
  • You get a job offer for one of the two that you
    interviewed forWhat do you do?
  • Ask for some time to think about it
  • How much time should you ask for?
  • What do you do next?

4
Taking Stock of Other Job Applications
  • Update the status of other jobs first
  • Try to get a final decision about each
  • Try to move scheduled interviews up
  • What jobs are your truly interested in?
  • Turn the offer down if
  • Accept the offer if

5
Evaluating a Job OfferThe Five-Step Process
  • How do you evaluate a job offer?
  • First, consider the position
  • Second, consider the company or organization
  • Third, consider the supervisor and the employees
    you will be working with
  • Fourth, evaluate the benefits
  • Fifth, evaluate the salary offer

6
Step 1 Consider the Position
  • Job duties, tasks, and responsibilities are a
    good match
  • Do you like the work?
  • Are work tasks too challenging, boring, or easy?
  • Consider other life roles and family obligations

7
Step 2 Consider the Companyor Organization
  • Do you like and respect the organization?
  • Does it have a good reputation with its customers
    and within the community?
  • Is the organization facing any problems?
  • Answers will help determine whether you want to
    belong to the organization

8
Step 3 Consider the Supervisor and Co-workers
  • Take a hard look at who your supervisor will be
  • Take a hard look at the people you will work with
  • Talk to people who work there now or have in the
    past

9
Step 4 Evaluate the Benefits
  • Evaluate the total compensation package
  • Identify the benefits you need
  • Evaluate whether and how employers provide them
  • Remember, the military will no longer provide
    most of the benefits you have been receiving

10
How to Estimate Benefits
  • The best way is to ask the human resources or
    personnel department
  • See How to Use the Salary.com Web Site to
    Estimate Benefits handout

11
Step 5 Evaluate the Salary Offer
  • Let the employer name a salary figure first
  • How to respond if you are asked to provide a
    salary figure first
  • How to provide a salary range

12
Making a Salary Grid
  • See Blank Salary Grid and Filled-Out Salary Grid
    handouts
  • Use the low and high figures for your personal
    salary range
  • Will help you determine where a salary offer fits
    on the grid
  • To accept, turn down, or
    negotiate accordingly

13
Cost of Living Considerations
  • Sperlings Best Places Web site at
  • www.bestplaces.net
  • See Cost-of-Living Calculator Example handout

14
Salary Negotiation
  • Employers expect job seekers to negotiate
  • To identify a salary figure to propose to the
    employer as a counter-offer, use
  • Highest desired salary or
  • Highest expected salary per labor
  • market from the salary grid
  • Possible employer responses
  • Recommended response from you

15
Negotiating Benefitsand Salary Reviews
  • Include many of the same benefits evaluated
    previously
  • Can also negotiate performance evaluations for
    pay raises and salary reviews
  • One final tip Try to get the final salary offer
    in writing

16
Evaluating Multiple Job Offers
  • See Multiple Job Offer Evaluation Worksheet
    (blank) and Multiple Job Offer Evaluation
    Worksheet (filled out) handouts
  • Follow the procedures identified previously to
    evaluate each job offer before using the worksheet

17
First Impressions and Performance on the Job
  • Document your work and performance
  • Keep your supervisor aware of
  • Achievements
  • Problems addressed and resolved
  • New programs developed or initiatives taken
  • Additional duties or responsibilities
  • Helps maximize future promotion and pay-raise
    opportunities

18
Danger Areas
  • Are there some things you should AVOID doing or
    be careful of during your first year on the job,
    so that you dont create a poor impression?
  • Office politics
  • Problem employees
  • Watch out for

19
Summary and Lessons Learned
  • Today, we have
  • Received resources to evaluate job offers
  • Discussed topics to consider before accepting or
    rejecting a job offer
  • Outlined how to negotiate salary and evaluate
    salary and benefits
  • Reviewed the effect of cost of living on salary
    by geographic area of the country
  • Discussed how to make the best impression during
    the first year on the job
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