IT Employment Expert Stephen Van Vreede Says The Best Way To Earn More Money Is To Negotiate Well
Rochester, NY — Aug 11, 2015 — Stephen Van Vreede, CEO of ITtechExec, published a new article titled “How To Ask For the Salary You Deserve.” In the article, he reveals the secrets to successful, civil salary negotiation, offering time-tested advice to IT and tech employees looking to increase their earnings at their next job.
Van Vreede says, “You might be worth a million bucks, but you could wind up with a fraction of that number if you make the wrong salary negotiation moves. Most people aren’t thrilled at the prospect of salary negotiation, which is understandable. Done incorrectly, it can feel like a tense argument that leaves everyone offended and unhappy. But even if you’ve had an unsuccessful negotiation or two, that doesn’t mean you can’t improve your odds the next time around. Negotiation is a skill you can learn with the help of a coach or close friend. And, once you’ve mastered it, you’ll be amazed at how simple it can be to take your salary range up to the next level.”
Stephen Van Vreede is a personal brand strategist, certified resume writer, job search agent, and the CEO and owner of ITtechExec. Stephen has 10 years of experience in employment strategy and 8 years of corporate management experience. He holds an M.B.A. in Marketing from Villanova University.
Read the entire article here. http://www.ittechexec.com/how-to-ask-for-the-salary-you-deserve/
ITtechExec is a new kind of full-service employment agency that combines resume writing, portfolio building, and job search solutions to launch extraordinary tech careers in the 21st century job market. CEO and Executive Solutions Guide Stephen Van Vreede created ITtechExec in 2001, using his background of personal branding and corporate management to create a multi-pronged approach that gets results. ITtechExec serves as the job seeker and career changer’s trusted adviser, helping them make the best of the careers they’ve built and guiding them into the professional futures they desire.