After rounds of interviews, tests, meeting the team, you’ve have finally landed your dream job! Congratulations. Now comes the final part – it’s time to negotiate your job offer.
With any job offer, you need to negotiate your compensation package. If the thought makes you nervous, you’re in good company. Remember that employers actually expect you to negotiate. When we plan our attack, we instantly start to think about money, but there are numerous other benefits that you also can consider. These benefits often come at no, or low, cost to your company. Don’t let fear hold you back; great benefits can make your new job even better than you hoped!
“If you’re interested in professional development, it is ways worth asking if your company would be willing to offer a stipend or reimbursement for training, certification, membership dues, or industry conferences.
When coming from a long distance, there are plenty of benefits you should consider asking for. For instance, you could request that they provide you with an automobile to use. If that won’t be possible, maybe they could add your car to the company insurance policy, cover part of your transport expenses, or share the cost of a leased vehicle.”
Having a flexible work schedule can be invaluable, depending on your situation. But before such demand is put fought always ensure that you are committed and understand your most productive hours and have familiarize yourself with your job learn to build relationships and learn the business inside and out. Then, you can mention the need to work at a slightly different hour.
A healthy workforce is of great benefit to any organization you can always try to negotiate for relevant health benefits and a very conducive working environment
One thing to consider is asking for is a severance package written into your contract. This package would activate should the company be acquired or should you be laid off due to no fault of your own, and it can help you ensure that you’re prepared in case things go awry.”
You can always ask about stock options or other long-term incentives if you’re at the management level. Many companies reserve some of these benefits for certain levels, but it never hurts to ask if it hasn’t come up.
A good remuneration is said to make a business more attractive to proficient and skilled employees thereby making the company a choice destination for potential employee amongst other competing company