Getting Paid Fairly: Using Data to Negotiate a Better Job Offer
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About This Event:
In this session, Sayce William Falk, CEO of Earner, will share some key data-based insights and effective negotiating tactics to help you increase your compensation. Most people hire an expert to help them buy a house, but try to negotiate for a job on their own. Earner thinks you should have someone on your side for one of the most impactful moments of your career. Sayce will give a short presentation and then take questions, both in advance and live, to help you work through your specific situation.
– Understand what a recruiter can and can’t do, and how to adjust your negotiating approach accordingly
– Evaluate how to improve a current or recent offer with a structured, systematic, and comprehensive approach.
– Have the tools to increase your compensation by thousands of dollars per year
This session is ideal for anyone who works in tech, knows how impactful effective negotiation can be, and wants to get better at it.
About the Instructor:
Sayce William Falk: CEO and Founder, Earner
Sayce William Falk is the CEO and founder of Earner. He founded Earner after seeing too many friends and colleagues feel undervalued in their work but frustrated by the options available to help them. He was formerly a product executive at a large technology company, an intrapreneur, and a Marine Corps infantry officer, and has degrees from Cornell and Harvard. He is also an Eagles and Phillies fan; please don’t hold it against him.
About Our Partners:
Earner is founded on the premise that everyone deserves an expert in their corner when it comes to negotiating fair pay. Using verified data, Earner provides personalized offer evaluations, unlimited expert coaching support, and data-based negotiating recommendations, including copy-paste-send language you can use with recruiters, to help professionals increase their compensation by over $11,400 per year.