PPT - lecture_4a_Taking_the_Job_AnS_311_s11

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Unformatted text preview: Fielding a job offer : • offer may come via:- telephone (very common)- don’t be caught off guard!- E-mail- letter How should you respond? • Six steps (from skloverworkingwisdom.com): 1) say “thank you”- show appreciation... …even if the offer “stinks” 2) confirm essential details of job offer- job title- expected duties- compensation Your response (cont’d)- ask questions!!!- ask for written confirmation- Why?- most people do not remember everything said to them when they are nervous- ask about time frame for reply Your response (cont’d) • 3) analyze offer using the 3 Rs- R esponsibilities & resources- tools to do your job?- able to use your brain?- supervise others? Your response (cont’d)- R ewards- salary- benefits- health insurance, life insurance, 401(k), vacation, sick leave, company car, laptop, cell phone, etc. Your response (cont’d)- R isks- probationary period?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course ANS 235 taught by Professor Kilmer during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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