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The Professional Woman's Guide to Getting Promoted by Andrew H. Hug, Lauren M. Hug

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Chapter 8. Negotiate the Terms of Your Promotion

In the previous chapter, we talked about the basic concepts and rules involved in negotiation. But those were general principles. While many negotiations will unfold like textbook examples, it's important to remember that every negotiation is unique.

Title, salary, working conditions, responsibilities, and many other factors can determine whether a promotion is a life- and career-enhancer or simply more work without commiserate compensation. Most job candidates and recently promoted employees focus on negotiating a higher salary, better benefits, or a more prestigious title. These are terms that have a substantial impact on future career advancements. However, there are many other terms you can negotiate ...

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