At many public universities in the US, the position and salaries of some but not all employees are made publicly available. Is this a federally mandated practice, or is it done on a state-by-state ...
Responding to current pay question during application process when current company has initiated pay cuts
My current company is struggling financially and because of that has initiated companywide pay cuts and frozen all salaries from reviews. The result is my paychecks are significantly less (~10%) from ...
I'm currently finishing my internship (graduation) as software engineer and the company has asked me to come work for them after I've graduated. During the internship I developed an iPhone app which ...
Situation: Receive job offer and have questions and desire to make a counteroffer. Assume this offer has been communicated via email after a phone conversation but these principles would apply for a ...
Why would recruiters ask “How much would you like to earn?” if the initial pay for all employees is the same?
I've recently been to an interview for a company that had a set pay amounts for each "level" of employees that is based mainly on the amount of time spent with the company. This basically meant that ...
I just received an offer letter from a tech company and I am a curious if it is normal practice to state this in the offer letter: "Your salary will be reviewed on a regular cycle as dictated by ...
When negotiating salary, I've found that the presence of a big performance bonus (for ex. between 0 and 30% of the salary) further complicates the process. Even more so in fields where performance can ...
When talking about salary negotiation (or any negotiation), it's become somewhat of a conventional wisdom that "the first to give a number loses" (example one, example two). Is this true? Here are ...
I currently work in a state where my salary is quite comfortable and the Cost of Living Index is quite low. However, if I move to another state, especially anywhere Silicon Valley, I'll need about ...
When looking for job opportunities, when should one pop the question about approximate salary? I don't want to waste their time and mine by going through a whole process and finding out we don't ...