Non-Academic Job Offer & Salary Negotiations Workshop
According to a study conducted by the staffing firm Robert Half, only 39% of workers said they negotiated their salary during their last job offer. The study also found that men were more likely to negotiate their salary compared to women (46% vs. 34%). While most employers would likely agree that salary negotiations are appropriate if done in a professional manner, many graduate students and postdoctoral scholars are afraid of this process or unsure how to initiate it.
By participating in this workshop you will:
- Understand non-academic job offers from a variety of employment sectors, including what you should do when you receive a job offer and how to evaluate one
- Learn strategies for how to negotiate your job offer to better set you up for success
- Learn when it is most appropriate to bring up salary negotiations
- Discuss what items are more negotiable than others
Professional Development Academy Program: Post-Graduate Career Pathways Program
Professional Development Academy Pillars: Career Prep
Learning Experience: Panel
Time Commitment: < 2 hours
Lifecycle Stage: Mid, Late Master’s & Mid, Late Doctoral
- Tracy Sperry, Recruiting Manager, Robert Half Finance & Accounting
- Teresa Sulit, Human Resources Director, Seven Hills Hospital
- Greg Wilken, Founder, Endunamo Consulting
This workshop is open to UNLV graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance for the workshop.
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Graduate College and Career Services.