Date of publication: 2017-08-20 10:28
If you are recruiting a person who needs or demands more money or better terms than you can offer, then deal with the matter properly before the candidate accepts the job - changing pay or terms after this is very much more difficult. If you encourage a person to accept pay and terms that are genuinely lower than they deserve, by giving a vague assurance of a review sometime in the future, then you are raising expectations for something that will be very difficult to deliver, and therefore storing up a big problem for the future.
The proven INVENSITY approach is that advisory for commercial and technical aspects of a transaction will only lead to added-value if the target’s business model and processes as well as the impact of future industry changes are fully understood by the advisors.
Organisations across the UK are struggling to attract staff as movements in earnings drop for the first time in 9 years and bonuses become less frequent. A survey of 97,755 individuals by the Chartered Management Institute and Remuneration Economics also shows that resignation levels are up, despite employers offering a variety of incentives, as they try to hang on to the best talent.
A: Use evidence of your value to the organisation, directly linked to cost saving, profit improvement, and other KPI''s (key performance indictors), eg customers gained, retained, problems solved, efficiencies achieved, initiatives started, positive effect on colleagues/team-members, customer feedback, business generated. Use alternative job offers, especially (if your employer is very stubborn and unfair) from competitors. Avoid using anything that is not fair, honest, right and proper as this will undermine your integrity and credibility.
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