Will Negotiating Lose You the Offer?

There’s no better feeling in your career than being offered the job of your dreams. All the hard work you put into your job search and interviews finally paid off big time, and you can’t wait to sign on the …

4 Salary Negotiation Mistakes to Avoid

It can be a daunting prospect to negotiate your salary. Discussions about money can feel awkward or taboo, but it’s important not to let that stop you from asking for what you feel is fair and deserved. If you don’t negotiate, even for an entry-level job, you could be missing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of your career.

Millennials Make Work Culture Better for Everyone

It's not hard to make a case that employers are scrambling for ways to appeal to Millennials. In fact, as a Wall Street Journal article from last week shows, even corporate titans like Goldman Sachs are having a hard time pinning down the cloud that is the Millennial workforce. Anecdotally, this author's most shared work is consistently that which mentions Millennials in the headline. All this might indicate that you, the Millennial worker, have some unspoken power of influence in your office. Let's take a look at how that can play out when an employer really starts to listen.

What Not to Do During Salary Negotiations

You're about to go in and ask someone for more money. It's a conversation that hasn't been easy since you were asking for an increase in your allowance. There are some ways you can make it easier on yourself, simply by avoiding some common pitfalls. After all, how you negotiate a raise could affect your future income for decades to come. Go into that room strong, with these tips.

6 Ways to Get What You Want at Work, Without Looking Like a Jerk

It can be hard to ask for what you want at work, especially when you're anticipating a lot of push-back. But, when it comes to important things like salary or work-life balance or working conditions, it's essential not to give up. Here are a few tips for getting what you want at work, without alienating your co-workers, clients, or boss.