Any employee who is reliable and committed to do his job, has a right to a increment his salary. But how does one conduct salary negotiation?
A conversation with his employer to carry on how the future looks like in its own merit is not easy. Salary increases are a company always involves additional costs. To conduct a salary negotiation is still by no means an impossible task. With the right preparation they need have no fear before.
You should know when negotiating a salary for the right time. Nobody wants to talk between door and hinge on such an important topic. Make sure when you can raise the issue of salary increase.
Make an appointment with your employer offers you enough time to proclaim your concern.
Have you found out when the time is right, they can start thinking about how valuable you are to the company.
How productive are you? Their activities have expanded in recent years? What have you done lately in general good for your business?
If you ask yourself these questions, which are for the success of the interview is of great importance.
Prove you’re talking self-confidence. Step confidently towards your employer and you show him what makes you a good employee, explain your proposal for a raise.
Show your employer recognition and respect but do not lower them as you are. You should find a healthy balance between respect for HR head and have no way arrogant.
Formulate a clear and realistic salary expectations, this is always the current economic situation in which their company is currently to be observed.
What you should avoid if possible, have personal reasons for a salary increase to lead, for example, the high cost of your car insurance or home rent etc.
What to do with a ‘No’?
In a ‘no’ you must remain objective and not show too much emotion.
Remember what your boss has responded to proposal for a salary increase, which he expected so that you will get your desired salary expectations and try to work in the coming days and weeks to implement.
Arrange them on top like a new appointment in at least half a year, so the call can not be forgotten and a new hearing may be recorded.