Better pay negotiation: talent, risk and leverage

- career management, contract negotiation, Employment, recruitment


Tweet Better pay negotiation: talent, risk and leverage There has been a lot of debate recently over pay levels, specifically that of bankers in light of the 2008/9 financial crisis. Over the weekend, Goldman Sachs announced that their average worker gets paid £305,000 – think about it, as that includes receptionists, security staff, cleaners, etc, […]

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Career Management: Liverpool FC midfield

- career coaching, career management, contract negotiation, Employment, europe, Immigration, job offers, job search, professionalism, recruitment, sunday thoughts


Tweet Career Management: Liverpool FC midfield As a Liverpool FC supporter of some years standing – I was at Junior school in the 1970s, my local team Bristol Rovers weren’t doing too well in the third division, and there was this wonderful team which played passing football and won everything – the recent trails and […]

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Everyone is in Temporary Jobs

- career change, career management, contract negotiation, credit crunch, economics, Employment, unemployment


Tweet Everyone is in Temporary Jobs I spoke to a CV client of ours yesterday, who after sorting out where he wanted to go next, got employed as a contract Project Manager with four weeks. He has been happily self-employed now for 18months However, he came at me through LinkedIn, asking if we could chat […]

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Asked for Resignation Letter?

- career change, career management, career transition, contract negotiation, economics, Employer, Employment, Job Application, Legal, redundancy, regulation, tutorial


Tweet Asked for Resignation Letter? Andrew, a skilled engineer, asks: I worked for a company for 4 years and was made redundant in a huge batch of redundancies. A couple of months later, the same company asked me to go back on a fixed term temporary contract. I’ve been back there 2 months and have […]

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Measuring the desirability of a job applicant by salary history

- career transition, contract negotiation, credit crunch, How to Write a CV, Job Application Rejection, job hunting, job offers, NGO/NFP, resume writing, social networking


Tweet Salary Negotiation photo credit: a.drian Ron, an educator, asks: I would like to know why recruiters and HR Professionals measure the desirability of a job applicant by salary history? I can think of several very good reasons for salary history to be among the most unreliable measures of employee desirability. Here are a few: […]

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