by Julia Salem
Feb 10 2015
BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of negotiating executive compensation, featuring John Ryan, from TRANSEARCH.
Some of the questions asked included:
- How does one figure out the salary he/she deserves?
- How should I approach negotiating compensation while going for a new job?
- Is it appropriate to share my current compensation objectives during the interview process?
- How should I go about researching executive-level salary figures to prepare for a negotiation?
- Is it true that one should never accept the first offer? If so, why is that?
- Could my current employment status impact the level of compensation I can get?
- What should I expect when it comes to long-term incentives, like stock options, profit sharing, etc?
- How should I go about negotiating intangible benefits, such as flex-time, paternity leave, etc?
- Any advice for how I should go about asking for a raise?
- What trends are you seeing in compensation at the executive level? Are certain roles seeing increases?
- Is it best to negotiate an employment contract and severance package while negotiating my compensation?
- And more
If you missed it, catch up on all the excellent advice that was given in the Storify transcript below.
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