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Subject: negotiating salary Date: 10/9/2000 1:33 AM
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Three years ago a stepped down from an upper management position with my company so I could move closer to my family. This move was necessary due to a family illness and I took a sizeable pay cut. This week I will interview to resume that position, but in an area that allows me to stay closer to my family. What steps should I take to ensure that I will recieve a fair salary. My company has the reputation of being thrifty as possible with payroll dollars and generally offers a salary they are unwilling to negotiate.
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