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Negotiating tips - trying to get from no to yes

In my last blog, I outlined why you should always negotiate. Now I want to pass on some tips to help achieve a successful negotiation.  I like to think everything is negotiable – I don’t always get the outcome I want but I always try and give it a go. 621 more words

Human Resources

Proof That College Is Worth The Expense

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – With much discussion today questioning “is college worth it?”, a report in Education Week presents useful data.

A study from the Georgetown Center on College and the Workforce found that college-educated workers in America now make 80% more on average than workers without a college degree. 108 more words

Watch + Listen

RE: Osun Salary Crisis and Nigeria’s Fiscal Policy

Permit me to repeat this again. Democracy will only yield good governance if and when voters become informed and behave responsibly. And of course, it’s only by discussing fundamental issues—without personal attacks and insults—and suggesting solutions, that we can become informed. 1,356 more words

How much money can you take out of your company without paying income tax?

Let’s start with the 2015/2016 annual personal allowance (ie the maximum amount of money that can be earned this tax year without paying any tax). 341 more words

Accounting

Public Notice: Village of Maywood Salaries FY 2014

Saturday, May 16, 2015 || COMMUNITY EDITOR 

The following public listing of Village of Maywood personnel salaries for fiscal year 2014 was published in the Sat., May 16, 2015 print edition of the Chicago Sun-Times: VFP

Government

It's not about the money, money, money.

At a panel discussion on the banking industry I attended a few months ago, someone asked if it was possible to attract talent to senior positions without the promise of high, guaranteed bonuses.   610 more words

Business

Osun Salary Crisis and Nigeria’s Fiscal Policy

Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, Governor of the State of Osun, has been in the news of late owing to the inability of the state to pay salaries of workers. 2,033 more words