“I updated my CV per your recommendations… then ended up getting two job offers for a very nice increase in pay! Both were a 40% increase.”  Elizabeth L.

          “Thanks to your amazing coaching, I negotiated a salary package 15% higher than the initial offer.”  –Anne T

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Whether by active decision or lack of awareness, candidates and employees who do not negotiate pay and benefits receive the disadvantage of lower pay that forever will impact their career. Negotiation is part of the established pay-determination process so employers can pay only the amount needed to get a candidate to accept the offer and not a penny more.

Employers start the negotiation process in the job posting. Even with the growth in laws regarding pay transparency, most jobs postings do not include a minimum salary or a salary range. Employers want you to name your desired salary and salary history first and take your responses into consideration when deciding on your salary offer. You need to know how to counter this and many other tactics used to ensure the employer pays only the amount needed for you to accept the job offer and not a penny more. You will be able to negotiate the fair market price of the job with an EPN consultation.

Select the consultation package that meets your needs and situation.

 

Job Offer  $400

Congratulations, you got (or expect) the offer!  Now it’s time to figure out how to negotiate. This package is good for new jobs, promotions, and performance reviews.

  • Your job offer (written or verbal) will be reviewed with a critical eye for what can be improved.
  • You will have a 1-hour remote session to be coached on what can be improved,  how to incorporate what you want, and learn how to counter the push-back you will receive in the negotiation process.
  • The session will include role-playing so you can get comfortable with the conversation of negotiation.

Job Offer Plus. $550

This package includes all the elements of the Job Offer package PLUS follow up after you have started the negotiation to counter the employer’s response. The follow up can be in the form of two emails or one half hour phone call.

 

Resume and Job Offer  $950

The negotiation starts when you apply for the job. You can improve the first offer based on how your resume is written. With these two things in mind, The resume and job offer package starts at the beginning, the resume.

  • Your current resume will be reviewed with recommendations of how to improve your first offer (as well as the callbacks for interviews). For performance reviews, your feedback in the performance review will be reviewed.
  • 1-hour remote session to discuss resume recommendations and coach you for the negotiation questions in applications and interviews.
  • Your job offer (written or verbal) will be reviewed with a critical eye for what can be improved.
  • You will have a 1-hour remote session to be coached on what can be improved, how to incorporate what you want, and learn how to counter the push-back you will receive in the negotiation process

“I’m re-working my resume based on your worksheet and our phone conversation and WOW – its not even the same resume AT ALL! Of course all the jobs are the same, but the way I am now presenting the details really shows the value of my accomplishments.  Beverly B.  

 

Schedule a Consultation Session NOW or contact us to determine which package will meet your needs.

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