Straightforward Advice On Locating Fundamental Aspects Of Job Negotiation

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Learn how to put the ball in your court — and keep it there — with the tips and strategies found in this week’s round-up. Facts should include: a competing salary offer you have received, comparison salaries relative to cost of living, industry salary ranges, and your own background and qualifications. The more information you get, the better able you’ll be to uncover others’ needs. Tip: Enter your city or province in the “where” box to show local job results e.g. However, for the most part, companies will not come to us to ask us about … Read more… You could be saving yourself a lot of headaches down the road by putting in a few extra minutes of reading time now. And finally, think beyond salary. This can be an exciting event, but most students have little to no experience navigating the offer process. Beyond that, you’ll want to carefully read your job description and make sure your duties are laid out clearly.

How do those contracts negotiation stand at the moment? Do you see any — could you give any flavor of where you expect rates to fit in and how much of your volume’s in Asia/Europe and how much of your volume on Pacific is on one-year contracts? ——————————————————————————– Soeren Skou, A.P. Moeller – Maersk A/S – CEO [67] ——————————————————————————– So you’re correct. of the Europe contracts, they get renegotiated around the turn of the year; and the Pacific contracts, for May 1. As I said earlier, we’re just starting on the Asia/Europe contracts now and we haven’t actually closed any. And it’s very hard to predict how it will develop. The only thing I can say, as a simple fact, is that we are currently in a situation where the spot rates in Asia/Europe are significantly higher than they were at the same time last year. So we have a more positive situation at the start of the contracting season.

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