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Awkward silences are the trick to getting more money in a salary negotiation. Here’s how to use them without coming off as nervous or unprepared...
Melissa Dahl's book, "Cringeworthy," encourages readers to embrace awkward silences while negotiating for higher pay.
A former Googler and Facebook exec says a simple shift in mindset can help you land the raise you want
Before you ask for a raise from your boss, think about where they're coming from. That's according to Libby Leffler, a former Googler and Facebook executive. Leffler also said that you can negotiate things other than your salary, like benefits.
Actress Elizabeth Banks has used a somewhat controversial piece of negotiation advice to shape her career
Elizabeth Banks, the actress, director, and producer, said that in a salary negotiation, you should always know when you're willing to walk away. Some negotiation experts agree — but others say this strategy can backfire.
A former exec at Google and Facebook doesn’t just expect job candidates to negotiate their offer — she hopes they will
Former Facebook exec Libby Leffler says negotiating your job offer shows that you'll be motivated in working toward goals once you've been hired.
4 years after the CEO of Microsoft publicly flubbed a question on how women should ask for a raise, he has completely different advice
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in 2014 that women who have "good karma" don't need to ask for a raise — they should get one naturally. Four years later, as he advocates for Microsoft to modernize across the company, Nadella shared a totally different piece of advice for women.
It's crucial to know how to ask for a raise. When to ask for a raise can also be tricky. Many Americans have never asked for a raise, but it could boost your income over the long-term.
Here's how to figure out the exact number to ask for.
Yahoo's former CEO Marissa Mayer said she made sure employees were compensated fairly but not paid so much that they were only there for the money.
Think carefully about things like timing and your job performance history before diving headfirst into a salary negotiation.
Negotiating your salary every few years could make a huge difference over the course of your career.