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Work in HR: Aboitiz Power, John Clements, and Habitat For Humanity Are Hiring!
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Weekly Round-Up: OFWs Encouraged to Vote Within A Month
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How to Best Negotiate a Job Offer If You're the Recruiter
You've just found your perfect candidate, one that fits the job description and fits your company's culture. After deliberating and agreeing with the rest of the team, you head on to give that candidate a job offer. More often than not, some candidates easily agree with what you give them—compensation and benefits wise—especially if they're fresh grads. But, let's say your potential candidate asks for "more," how will you handle the negotiation without sounding too combative, or too promising