How to respond to “what are your salary expectations?”

How to respond to “what are your salary expectations?”

Have you prepared a reply for the question “what are you salary expectations?”   You will almost certainly be asked at some point in the recruitment process “So, what are your salary expectations?” It’s an important piece of data for the recruiter and...
5 ways to fix a stalled job search

5 ways to fix a stalled job search

Stalled Job Search? Tips and Tricks to get you out of your rut   So, you’ve decided that you want to change your job. You have sent off loads of resumes with suitable cover letters; You may even have had a few interviews. But nothing. Either no good news or no...
Emotional salary increasingly important to women

Emotional salary increasingly important to women

The value of an emotional salary As the war for talent heats up, employers have to reassess their offerings on the market. This is not just in terms of monetary compensation, but also what is known as emotional salary or employee benefits. Emotional salary is a...
How to Avoid Doing “The Michelle Williams” and Make All the Money in the World

How to Avoid Doing “The Michelle Williams” and Make All the Money in the World

Good negotiating is key to avoid doing a Michelle Williams Women, we need to have our own backs and make the most of the opportunities for negotiation when they present themselves. Let’s say you’re Michelle Williams. You star in a film called “All the Money in...

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