Accepting Negotiations - Deepstash

Accepting Negotiations

  • When accepting negotiations it is important to start from a place of agreement so that any existing or imagined adversarial feeling is removed.
  • Try to understand the reason of your hiring and ascertain what they are trying to achieve by taking you in as a part of the team.
  • By asking the right questions this will help you better in guiding the discussion and possibly come to a compromise.

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