101 Salary Secrets

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101 Salary Secrets

How to Negotiate Like a Pro

By Daniel Porot; Frances Bolles Haynes

Ten Speed Press, Hardcover, 9781580082303, 224pp.

Publication Date: November 1, 2000


Long a best-selling author in France, career expert Daniel Porot's American debut, 101 TOUGHEST INTERVIEW QUESTIONS, set a new standard for efficiency and utility in a fast-paced job-hunting world. His follow-up volume is just as useful, compact, and highly focused. 101 SALARY SECRETS is packed with invaluable, easy-to-use tips to help you sail confidently through the most critical 15 minutes of any job-search: negotiating your compensation package.

About the Author
DANIEL POROT is one of France's foremost career counselors and job-hunting experts. With over a dozen best-selling career books published in French, Daniel brings his innovative expertise across the Atlantic for the first time to aid American job-hunters in their search for their place in our increasingly competitive job market.

FRANCES BOLLES HAYNES has worked in the field of career deveopment for twenty years. She is the co-author of 101 TOUGHEST INTERVIEW QUESTIONS... and has served on the training staff of Richard Bolles. She lives in Newport Beach, CA with her husband and son.

Praise For 101 Salary Secrets

"Work, money & bliss: advice you can bank on." - Glamour "Bargain for the big bucks with a little help." -The Fresno Bee"Get the Salary You Deserve!... With its compact format and highly focused advice, this book offers the most concise preparation techniques available-and in today's fast-paced job-hunting world, that kind of efficiency can make all the difference....Outlines everything you need to know to maximize your earning potential." -New Equipment Digest "Negotiating the salary you want in three minutes." The book is described as, "small enough to fit in the inside jacket pocket of uncertain job candidates moving from interview to interview" and "offers advice on boosting confidence and improving chances that job-seekers will get the money they think they deserve, not simply the first offer made by the employer." - Washington Times