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Before entering into the negotiation process, it is important to identify to what level you the candidate will happily accept for the role. Negotiation is not a case of trying to see “how much you can get out of your potential employer”, negotiation is about reaching a mutually rewarding outcome for both the job applicant and the employer. Candidates must be clear on what they are seeking from a role / employer and know the point in which they are prepared to walk away from the job. Negotiation is not a game. When you enter into negotiation of salary & conditions, both parties must be prepared that at any time, the other party may walk away or simply withdraw the offer.
What are the benefits of being a casual?, What can I do different to stand out from other casuals?, How will I get regular work?
We all know with the changes in the early childhood industry over the past 5 years, the legislative requirements to have “X” number of qualified staff per “X” of children, low industry salaries, a HUGE increase in the number of new centres being opened, an increase in Generation “Y” expectations and a lack of professionalism in the industry (sorry, yes….I said it), it has all contributed to a candidate short market. So as an employer, what can you do different to attract the industries most highly sort after candidates?