When I was offered my first salaried position, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I didn’t know I could negotiate my salary. I didn’t know I could question why I only got a twelve days of paid time off that year. I didn’t even know what
The career columnist, Executive Vice President, and Chief Human Resources Officer at Time Inc. opened the Find & Follow Your Passion Conference with honest advice about finding the job, getting hired and how to act once you're in.
How should you answer the question, “What’s your salary range?”
It’s always best not to give them a number. They’ll try to low ball you. But if this is your first “real” job out of college and you only have a few related internships under your belt, there’s not much you can
It’s no secret that sitting for eight hours or more a day is unhealthy, but what choice does one have in a working society that encourages sitting at a desk for long time periods? Now, many businesses are offering an ergonomic option, standing desks. Read on to determine if a
Jim Hopkinson- blogger, podcaster, speaker, author, and champion of salaries everywhere- shared a guide for negotiating your salary during his Find & Follow Your Passion panel "The Art of Negotiation: How to Earn What You're Worth." Now you too can have all the secret knowledge of a master negotiator and
We’ve all heard or read about the so-called “rules” of negotiating on the job. But somehow interns get the shaft on this area of advice, and not only when it relates to pay, but to soft benefits and logistics like the number of hours worked. Some might say that