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It's a little strange to offer a range, unless he's also offering a tradeoff between stock options / RSUs and money. If he is offering you a tradeoff, please ask another question with more details if you want our help. If it's not a tradeoff: Mentioning a range is probably your would-be boss's clumsy way of starting a salary negotiation. At this point in ...


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do managers state the range of the salary they will offer Yes it did happen with me as in a big MNC. Your actual salary is decided by HR. Your manager may just have got approval to hire you and he must be aware that at this position, salary varies in this range. Once you say yes (verbally), they may request HR to roll-out a formal offer letter with final ...


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This does not sound like an offer. It sounds like you were invited to partake in candidate assessment for a regular role. They are saying: "Now your internship is over, would you like to apply to transition across?". Internships do not always flow into regular employment, and not every intern will be invited. An actual offer will contain an exact figure ...


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