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How do you answer current salary expectations?

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How do you answer current salary expectations?

How to Answer, ‘What’s Your Expected Salary?’Research the market and salary trends. Give a range, not a number. Turn the question around. Now it’s time to give a number, not a range. Always be truthful.

How do you negotiate salary with HR?

– Stay calm during salary negotiation. Be positive and clear that you’re excited about your role (or potential role) at the company. – Examine your salary expectations. – Ask for their reasoning. – Negotiate. – Move beyond salary. – Maybe next year. – Walk away from salary negotiation. – Learn a painful lesson.

Why does HR negotiate salary?

For the employees, it’s about getting a fair compensation for their input and proving that they’re worth the money. It’s basically an exchange of the employee’s time and effort for money. For HR managers, it’s about keeping the company’s expenses within budget and gaining the approval of their supervisors.

What happens if you ask for too much salary?

Wrap up by reiterating your interest in the position, so the company doesn’t write you off and make the offer to someone else. You should also ask to schedule a follow-up call or meeting, so the interviewer knows when you’ll be telling him whether you’re interested in the role at his salary range.