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We’ve reached the final episode of the series and we’re going out with advice on what is for many people the most important negotiation they face: their own salaries. Even in these times of high unemployment, you still might find yourself in a position to bargain when a good job comes along. And whatever the job market, these tips will help you get the most you can, whether you’re accepting a new job or angling for a raise.
Our guests this week are Columbia Business School professor Aaron Wallen, Greta Green-Gentile Director of Compensation, Benefits, and Human Resource Management Systems for the Denihan Hospitality Group, and Jotham Stein, executive compensation attorney and author of Executive Employment Law.
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Podcast produced by Mark Phillips. Executive Producer Andy Bowers.
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