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Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "Amazing little book. Never seen such a detailed and consetrated information focused on salary negotiation. Worthed each penny I did spend for it."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "Anyone who reads this book will be able to go into salary negotiations with confidence. The straight forward and easy to understand approach the author uses makes this book stand out. I would recommend this book to anyone who is thinking about changing jobs or who believes he or she deserves a raise. This book is a must read for everyone who works for a living."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "Know your value to your company, discover how to strengthen and broaden that value, then learn how to communicate this message to your boss. The author analyzes this formula and shows how it can pay dividends when seeking a raise."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "Based on the unique career management principles of Bernard Haldane Associates, this book may well become your most trusted resource for talking money to power. Whether you're discussing money with an employer or your boss, you'll find Haldane's time-honored salary negotiation principles can make a big difference in the size and shape of your compensation package. Whatever you do, make sure you review this book before responding to a request for salary information, going to a job interview, discussing compensation, or accepting a job offer."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "This was a fast and profitable read for me. The techniques are simple and forward. No magic or miracles promised, just some old-fashioned horse-sense for understanding and navigating the salary-negotiating game and how and why to develop your own negotiating strategies beforehand. The mind-opening section for me was the "budget-fudgit-judgit" stages described in Chapter Three "Salary-Making Rule 1: When to Discuss Money". This book also contains good strategies to employ at salary-review time."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "Featured in the National Business Employment Weekly of The Wall Street Journal, here's the book that outlines the major issues involved in determining salaries: secrecy, salary history, requirements, ranges, and negotiating tactics. Outlines common mistakes and how to value positions, and more."
Reviewer/Reader Feedback: "This is a must-read for anyone looking for a job or seeking to make the money they deserve in the job they already have. Northcraft and Pinkley are smart, down-to-earth negotiators who show you how you can do your best to negotiate the best salary you can get. Those out of work will gain strength and self-pride from this book, despite their situation -- perhaps the most important help the book offers, in the end!"
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