Navigating Negotiations


Want to hire and keep the best? Be prepared to open your wallet a little wider.

According to The Employment Dynamics and Growth Expectations Report by Robert Half International and CareerBuilder.com, 55% of employees surveyed reported that their compensation has increased over the last 12 months, up from 45% in their 2006 survey.

Moreover, 58% said they would likely negotiate higher compensation if accepting a new job offer, double the number of employees who said they would last year (29%).

Source: The Employment Dynamics and Growth Expectations Report,  www.roberthalf.com/pressroom.

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