Employment Guide

OFFERS & NEGOTIATING

OFFERS & NEGOTIATION

you accept an offer and do a victory lap, it’s important to remember a job offer is more than just a salary. Make sure to evaluate all aspects of the offer, consider negotiating the offer prior to making a decision. UNDERSTAND THE OFFER

CAN I NEGOTIATE THIS OFFER? WHAT IS THE OUTLOOK FOR SALARY RAISES OR PROMOTIONS? CAN I GET THE OFFER IN WRITING? WHAT METRICS DO YOU USE TO EVALUATE SUCCESS OF YOUR EMPLOYEES?

CLARIFYING QUESTIONS THAT SUPPORT FUTURE NEGOTIATION

following:

JOB TITLE DEADLINE FOR RESPONDING SUPERVISOR’S NAME WAGE/SALARY JOB DESC./RESPONSIBILITIES START DATE

Employers will let you know if the offer is contingent on passing a background check or drug screening. When you receive an offer, ask for it in writing and ask the employer to clarify any aspects that are not clear to you. Y

will be much more limited than professional positions designed for new graduates/alumni).

PENSION LIFE INSURANCE RELOCATION/MOVING EXPENSES

RETIREMENT (401K OR 403B PLAN) PROFIT SHARING EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE/TUITION REIMBURSEMENT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT HEALTH AND FITNESS PROGRAMS BONUS – SIGNING BONUS OR PERFORMANCE COMMISSION/MERIT PAY

HEALTH INSURANCE (MEDICAL, DENTAL, VISION) DISABILITY INSURANCE (SHORT & LONG TERM) PERSONAL TIME OFF (VACATION &/OR SICK) EQUITY OR STOCK OPTIONS INCENTIVE BASED PAY (MERIT PAY)

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