Kadima Offer Negotiation Services
Whether you’ve got an offer or you’re still interviewing, we can help you negotiate from $5,500 - $143,000 more!
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Our expert Salary Negotiation Service is designed specifically for driven professionals like you. We'll help you navigate the negotiation process, ensuring you secure a salary offer that's at least $10,000 higher than your initial offer - or you don't pay a dime!
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Have you ever found yourself in a situation where an interviewer or recruiter unexpectedly asks for your preferred salary range? It can catch you off-guard, but it's important to handle this question tactfully. In order to maintain a strong negotiating position, it's generally advisable to avoid discussing salary until you've received a job offer. To assist you in confidently navigating these conversations and ensuring your career stays on track, we have developed this helpful resource.
3 Ways to Deflect & Defer the Conversation About Compensation
We Helped Clients Negotiate Offers Across All Roles At Companies Of All Sizes:
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Companies are willing to pay you the most when you're first hired.
But you might inadvertently sabotage your leverage if you don't handle conversations correctly from the start of the interview process.
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Alan highly recommends the following books as valuable resources for learning the art of negotiation. These resources will equip you with the necessary skills to excel when the opportunity to negotiate arises. In fact, Alan himself saved $50,000 in a real-world negotiation by applying the principles from the book "Getting to Yes." Check out these recommended resources:
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Alan highly recommends these books to learn how negotiating works,
so you’re ready when the time comes.
(Getting To Yes, specifically, saved Alan $50,000 in a real-world negotiation!)