A recent survey of 2,184 hiring managers and human resource professionals by Harris Interactive found that employers are willing to negotiate with new hires -- and probably on a lot more aspects of your job than you might think.
A new study finds that women are more likely to discuss medical issues and other taboo topics with others than talk about money matters. We’ll examine the reasons why women are so tight-lipped about talking dollars and cents, despite their keen financial habits.
Unemployment is down, but the market is still tight. It's understandable for new hires to feel so happy to have a job, that they're reluctant to push for more money. Here's why you should still negotiate your salary -- and how to do it.