THE HARD PART IS OVER: You knocked their socks off during the interview, and you are about to get an offer from a prospective employer. Now what?
HR professionals believe that a typical candidate accepts an offer that is on average 10% to 15% lower than his/her optimal offer. Why? The truth is, most candidates do not place enough importance on salary negotiations, allowing the employers to have the upper hand in those matters
This seminar will focus on salary negotiation techniques in order to help project managers, i.e., you, receive the compensation packages you want and deserve.
How does event benefit PMI members?
By attending this event, Professionals will:
• Witness and critique mock salary negotiations.
• Learn basic negotiation principles and concepts.
• Learn how to talk to an HR manager.
• Learn what to ask for and how to ask for it.
• Then, learn how to ask for more.
Yan Gelman is a seasoned Finance and Human Resources professional. Throughout his career, Mr. Gelman has headed up Finance, HR and Administration departments for a number of marketing, advertising and high tech companies. Over the course of his career, he has conducted over a thousand job interviews. He currently works as a Vice President of Finance and Administration for Savicom, Inc. in San Francisco, CA. He also teaches accounting and finance courses at a local university.
Mr. Gelman has an MBA from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley.
Yan Gelman currently resides in San Francisco, CA. He is a devoted baseball fan, avid traveler, food connoisseur, and a skilled poker player.
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