Salary negotiations for remote jobs are different than a traditional office-job. While salary is not something that should be discussed in a first interview, it's important to know what to ask for and when. Variables including location and cost savings can impact negotiating a salary for remote work.
- Ever negotiate a salary before?…How about benefits?…What would you do if the company…you are interviewing with is in San Francisco…and you are looking to work remotely in Montana?…There are a few things you'll want to consider,…like the cost of living where you are,…or the going rate for someone with your…skillset in your hometown compared to that…of someone in their headquarters.…Before going into the nitty-gritty details however,…I do want to make an important point.…It's not a great idea to ask about salary…in the first interview.…Asking about compensation up front…shows you care more about the compensation…than you do about the company and its mission.…
With the small exception of just pure sales roles,…employees that align with the mission…of the company are generally more attractive to employ.…Now, let's say for example that…I was interviewing for a social media manager position…that is remote, and I live in Montana,…and the company is in San Francisco.…I would want to know how much a social media manager…
- Explain the benefits of a remote job position.
- Identify three technologies a person should master in order to work effectively in a remote position.
- Determine what to do if a recruiter asks for sensitive information before describing a job.
- Recognize three important things to consider when preparing for a remote interview.
- Determine the most important question to ask during a hiring interview.
- Summarize the next action to take after receiving a compensation offer.