Coolheadtamil
Senior Manager Hr
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Hi All,
I have 3years of experience in HR & I am pursuing my MBA through distance laerning.But from 1.5yr I was at home due some personal reasons.Now I have started looking for a job.
My problem is I not good at salary negotiation during interview, please sugggest some points which will enchance my negotiation skills & please also tell me what should be the salary of a person considering my gap, education & skills.
Thanks & Regards
Pooja

From India, Delhi
Hi Amit,
I have interview calls from both co & consultancies.But I am asking in any case whether I have called for a company or consultancy what should be my strategy to negotiate salary.
Thanks& Regards
Pooja

From India, Delhi
Hey Pooja,
Just look for good career oriented firm. If it is good company they will provide you a good pay inturn.
However you are pursuing your MBA so look forward for a company where you can learn related to your domain field.
Once you are done with MBA and possess hand on experience you can negotiate salary there after as per the market.
Hope it is taken in right way.
Syed

From India, Bangalore
dear pooja
as you are not working at present /Sorry to say but the company will negotiate on this point what best you can do tell them a dignified figure that less then this you are not going to accept

From India, Mumbai
Hi Pooja,
for negotiating salary three things are must.
1. Strong/high communication skills and SELF CONFIDENCE.
2.Nice experience in related fields.
3.Appropriate degree/diploma.
if you have above mentioned these three things, you may negotiate salary.
regards,
minesh kumari

From India, Delhi
hi, go to this website for negotation Changing minds and persuasion -- How we change what others think, believe, feel and do
From India, Hyderabad
Since you have had a gap, companies would offer the same salary or slightly less, try and negotiate for same or 10% more, at this point getting back into job and establishing yourself is more important than monetary benefit. It will fall in place once you prove your talent
From India, Chennai
read the book : how to influence people and win friends
From India, Hyderabad
Hi Pooja
I do agree with the above advice as you got a break in your career reestablishing yourself should be the main motive rather than the salary.Once you achieve your first step then I think their should not be any means for you to negotiate your salary. You yourself will start getting good packages but with your talent, skillset and experience.
Regards
Shubhra

From United States, Duluth

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