Salary negotiation is a tricky subject. It is a balancing act of wanting a position, wanting to be compensated appropriately for the skills you have and the work you will do, and the worry that if you ask for too much money, you might not be offered the position. In this Discussion Board, address the following:
- How would you respond to the following question from a potential employer: “What kind of salary are you looking for from this position?”
- Describe your thought process and how you would approach this situation.
- Have you been in this situation before? How did you respond?
- How did your response affect the job offer (or lack of an offer) that you received?
Review other students’ posts, evaluate their salary negotiation methods, and address the following in your replies:
- Do you feel that the methods would be effective?
- Have you ever used the suggested methods? If so, how did it work?
- Do you feel that there is a potential risk with the use of this method? What about the potential reward?
Discussion Board Reminders:
- Must have three posts: A main post and two replies to peers.
- First post: Either your main post or a reply to others must be posted before midnight CT (Central time) on Friday of each week.
- Second and third post: Must be posted on a different day from the first post.
- Connect to content: At least one post must refer to course learning materials. See the Academic Resource on Discussion Boards for help with connecting to the content.
- Engaging in class discussions: For more information on making the most of your class dialog, review the Academic Resource on Discussion Boards.
|Assignment Criteria||Proficient Descriptor||Points|
Quality of Main Post
|Studentâ€™s main post meets or exceeds the following requirements:
Response to Peers
Responds to a minimum of two peers (8 points per response)
Support from Learning Resources
|At least one post refers to course learning resources.||/4 pts.|
|Response is well-organized, clear, and free of grammatical and mechanical errors.
Posts demonstrate courtesy and respect for others.
|Total||40 points possible||/40 pts.|