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I recent had two interviews with a company, and at the second interview I was told that wanted to make me an offer to hire me. I said great, they emailed me the offer and it's 10k less than my current and desired salary (which they were aware of) so I wrote back declining the offer. I received a call in the morning to discuss my reply and after explaining why I felt discouraged with the offer they made a second offer at my current salary. Why do I have a bad taste in my mouth???
My Family,we are accomodated when our home got flooded due of typhoon Ondoy,My husband is still currently works there as Supervisor,So he ask permission if we can stay there for free,in return, The Boss, ask help for me to Supervised alone on a Canteen his planning to have for the Employees. No second Thought i accept the offer. i'll do The market,cooking ,cleaning,serving,budgetting and planning...Salary....i have no salary instead in whatever income comes...50/50 shares...for the company and me...and it lasts 5 yrs.coz the company needs to transfer in much bigger place,so we are not able to come with them anymore,and start to rent a house... rhats why i do searching jobs related to my last job experience.. hope this may help for me to get hired at your good company.i stayed motivated for he extend help to our whole family...we lived there free,no rent,no electric bills nor water bills but most of, i enjoyed doing my job....Thank you!!
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Is there any value in the job market being multilingual? I have experience in retail banking (Teller and Customer Service Representative) and my resume shows that I’m fluent in Spanish and Portuguese but I’m not sure how much weight that carries with recruiters. I’ve never tried to negotiate a higher wage because of my other languages. Does this skill make me a more attractive applicant? If so, how can I use it to leverage my earning potential during the hiring process?
Hey guys! So first things first im new and so im still learning how to use this website. Now i personally am looking to find a job in the 33179 area. Right now i have a job but its not that great. I dont get paid as much as i would like. Im making 9 an hour and i definitely need to make more money to live here. I am looking towards the 10-12 an hour mark. As of today i only have experience in lifeguarding and being a call rep. My lifeguarding license are now expired and im working on getting it again to better my future. Just wondering if anyone knew any places that are hiring in my area. I have no car and no license. Im 22 and i just moved down here in miami in December from NC. So im trying to get on my feet and get my own place. So in order to do that i need money. Any suggestions?
I'm curious what people think about this. I know some people (especially in more corporate fields) who have a personal policy to ALWAYS negotiation compensation when receiving a job offer. But I also have some close friends in other industries (non-profit, etc) who feel like they could actually lose the offer if they asked. What do you think? What's your experience? #interview
I accepted a job at Best Vision Media it's a publishing magazine company. My job is to get ads to put into the magazine and I will get a 80% of my commission and this is the first job that I ever work at where I would get paid on commission what do you say?