Bargaining is usually done after you have been offered a job, be very careful not to discuss salary before it is available.
Do not specify salary requirements in your job application
Even if it says in the ad that there should be indicated. First, would you not be downgraded because of your salary expectations and partly it is very difficult to specify the claim before it may consider other conditions and benefits for that service.
Wait with the hearing until you've been offered the job
When this happens, and you should negotiate, take the first track of akuell wage statistics for the job and the industry so you know what is reasonable.
Get the employer to specify a salary range
At the hearing, it is important that you try to get your employer to set a salary range they expected the service before you say what you consider reasonable. There are studies showing that the first person to enter an amount in a negotiation is usually the one who "loses" the hearing, avoid because you are the first comes with a bid. When your counterpart in the negotiations said a salary range, it is your task to argue why you should be in the upper part of the team.
Other benefits and conditions
What working for? Applicable overtime compensation? Included wellness? Number of vacation weeks? Other benefits or conditions? All these issues are important to get the answers before it can enter salary. Sometimes it is easier to negotiate for benefits than a higher wage bill.
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