How many thousands of dollars are you leaving on the table?
You can’t win the game of executive compensation negotiation if you don’t know the rules! Negotiating the compensation package wraps up a long-term, complex sale where you are the product.
Thinking you’re not in a sales negotiation is a mistake that can leave thousands of dollars, as well as perks, on the table.
Join Chuck CSizmar, to understand and learn the critical components of negotiating your package:
- What is and what is not negotiable
- How a typical employer approaches the negotiating table
- The role of the internal recruiter and other interviewers in the process
- The best ways to position yourself for these critical meetings
- How to dramatically improve the results of their negotiations, and command much higher compensation
Chuck Csizmar is a global compensation consultant with over 30 years experience at divisional and corporate level positions. He has deep and broad experience in the design, implementation and communication of domestic and international compensation programs, the latter covering both local national and globally mobile staff. He has a particular strength in utilizing a consultative approach for developing human resource strategies that significantly advance business objectives while driving employee engagement.
Recognized by WorldatWork as a certified Compensation Professional (CCP) Chuck has compiled significant career achievements as a practitioner working with domestic and international program design & development, global compensation review, acquisition and integration strategies, employee engagement, annual administrative processes (merit, incentive, stock options), incentive & sales compensation, effectiveness audits, compensation training, expatriate programs, equity rewards, performance management and value proposition strategies.
Besides being founder and principal of CMC Compensation Group, Chuck is also associated as a contributing Compensation expert with LOF International Human Resource Solutions, a global HR consulting firm, as well as with the international consulting network of IBIS Advisers.
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