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    Asking for more money can be uncomfortable. Bolster your confidence, and your case. This is when it’s ok to ask for more money.
  • How to Convince Your Top Candidate to Say ‘Yes’ (Without Offering More Money)
    In an increasingly tight labor market, employers are scrambling to attract and recruit the best talent before the competition snatches them up. Try these tips to convince your cream-of-the-crop candidates to say yes when you aren’t able to entice them with greater compensation.
  • How to Leverage a Job Offer from Another Company to Earn You More Money with Your Current Employer
    You have the offer, but what if your current company counteroffers--and for more money? Find out how to leverage a job offer from another company to earn more money with your current employer.
  • What Do You Do When You Find out a Coworker is Making More Money than You Are?
    Maybe you caught a glimpse of a pay stub as you chatted with a cubicle mate, or perhaps a stray document forgotten at a copier caught your eye. You’ve found out an unpleasant truth: a coworker is making more money than you are. What should you do with this information?
  • Saving for a Future While Trying to Afford the Now
    Everyone knows you should save money for your future. However, spending money on activities you enjoy can be crucial to maintaining your mental health. Read on for some tips to acheive balance between your financial “now” and “later.”
  • 6 Perks You Don’t Want to Miss Negotiating in Your Job Offer
    While your salary is certainly important, it isn’t the only thing you should consider when negotiating your job offer. In fact, sometimes the benefits you can build into your employment contract can have more value than the monetary amount of your paycheck. Even if you’re being offered an extraor...
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    You never have to apologize for caring about your income. When someone tells me that their income and benefits are the most important consideration here are the questions I ask them, next.
  • Finance: Which Direction Should You Choose?
    You’ve always been fascinated by money—not in a greedy way, but in a strategic, “how do I make it grow?” kind of way.
  • How Much should You Put Into Your 401(k)?
    Navigating your way toward financial security in retirement isn’t exactly a simple task and requires careful consideration when deciding how, when, and where to invest your money in order to maximize returns.
  • Do Counteroffers Work?
    As the job market heats up and the talent pool tightens, it’s tempting to counter-offer. There is some evidence that more companies are doing this in recent years. The question is, does it work?
  • Don't Just Complete Tasks: Add Value by Thinking Like an Owner
    If you want to move ahead in your career, join the minority of employees who don’t merely complete tasks but also bring value to the workplace. In other words, think like a business owner.
  • Financial Terms Every Professional Needs to Know
    In a previous article, Duke Corporate Education professor Joe Perfetti shared why it is important to improve your knowledge of finance. As a follow-up, here is a short test so you can gauge whether your financial knowledge skills are adequate.
  • 7 Signs Your Job Is No Longer a Good Fit
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  • Signs It’s Time to Change Industries
    No industry is perfect. Even those who seem to have a particularly cool job have days when they would rather do pretty much anything else. Read on for signs that it may be time switch.
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    None of us expected this pandemic. It has forced businesses and organizations of all kinds to think and adapt quickly. It has spurred us to innovate, iterate, and create.
  • Pros and Cons of Hiring a Career Coach
    When the daily grind gets to be too much, you sometimes find yourself needing a nudge to change your routine. So how do you know when you can change your career path all on your own and when you need a little outside help?
  • Email Template for Requesting a Salary Increase or Promotion Conversation
    You’re ready to ask for a promotion and/or a raise. A well-written letter or email could mean thousands of dollars in extra income. Here’s a template to use.
  • Do I Need An Employee Referral Program?
    Do you need an employee referral program? Need is a strong word. But could you benefit from an employee referral program? Absolutely. That is, of course, as long as you do it right. The good news is, doing it right is pretty easy. Here’s how.