FH is my second home
- Dec 22, 2003
So, I'm being interviewed for the job I've been doing for four years tomorrow. It'll be a formality, but they're trying to convert me to perm.
I'm very tempted to take it as I get to WFH 100% of the time and I'm pretty much left to my own devices, can manage myself, I know what's important and I'm low maintenance.
Going from contract > perm is going to come at a hewuge cost though. I put in an ask and the boss has told me it's "off their scale". Until I told him what sort of a cut I would be taking.
Anyone got any advice on how to negotiate on salary with a big corp. I don't want to be de-motivated by taking such a huge cut that it's just not worth it.
Do you know what the "going" rate is for your job as a perm staff?
I would just go in with a high salary and then they can negotiate down from there.
I did that in my current job and got a more than what I was expecting.
I'm sure what they have said to you is all part of their negotiating tactics so you start with a lower number than you are on now.