Job Salary Negotiations & Waiting for a Call-Back

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Job salary negotiations and waiting for a call back can be stressful experiences for all involved. Learn about job salary negotiations and waiting for a call back with help from an innovative empowerment speaker and human resources professional in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Charles Galbreath, Workforce Empowerment Speaker and Human Resource Professional. Today, I want to share with you some information about job salary negotiations and waiting for a callback. They can go hand in hand because this gives you an opportunity to research. A lot of times when we're waiting on a callback, we use that opportunity to wait and worried. But, I encourage you to wait and research. When you are offered the position, it's very important for you to be prepared with the salary negotiation offer. So, if you want to make the most of this time, you will utilize this time for waiting to research the salaries for the position that your'e going for. Many online sites have the standard salary for the position that you would be going for. And so, it's very important for you to think about your professional needs and your personal needs and what salary would best fit both of those. It's very important for you to have a realistic understanding of what you are professionally worth. Everyone would like to have a large salary, but it's very important for you to be very realistic in your needs and also realistic in what you're offered through to those degrees that you have, through the experience that you offer. Something else that you want to think about when you're waiting for a callback, get to know as much as you can about the organization that you will be potentially working for and with because the faster that you get in there and get your feet wet and get into the organization and take on task, the more comfortable that you will be in your new position and the more valuable you will become to that agency. Thank you and have a wonderful day.

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