If you’re fortunate to receive a job offer, then congratulations are in order.
When you receive the offer, take the time to carefully read through the offer and its details. There’s a lot more than just a salary in your offer.
“In today’s job market, candidates have more latitude to discuss their offer,” said Jaune Little, director of client recruiting services with Insperity. “Compensation is always on the table, but schedules – hybrid or flex – PTO, commuter benefits, work-from-anywhere considerations, remote work and professional development opportunities are all up for discussion.”
Before discussing any of these, it is important to research the company and its employees to determine the benefits that may be available, she suggested.
Take time to consider your offer
Although you shouldn’t rush, some offers could be time-sensitive.
“If it is an especially competitive position, the window for acceptance can be smaller, but it is always important for the candidate to review the offer in writing, including the benefits, …