Handling the Job Offer

Learning outcomes:

  • Managing offers professionally
  • Comparing offers and counter offers
  • Negotiating your salary and the wider employment offer

How to decide on multiple job offers

With Claire Dunwoody, Business Director
Robert Walters Dublin

Top tips:

  • Take the appropriate amount of time to consider a new job offer, we advise up to 48 hours
  • If you have a recruitment partner, talk to them openly and honestly, so they can better understand your needs
  • Outline your own priorities and long-term career goals in order to achieve job satisfaction

Review your career plan

Align your decision with your career goals and values.

A succinct, detailed career plan can be used to identify where you are, where you want to be and how you can get there. Its also important to help keep you on track and avoid your career taking a backwards or side step. 

Download our top tips to help get you started.

 

Identify your earning potential

With the UK Salary Surveys

Our Salary Survey is based on the analysis of permanent and contract placements made across each of our geographies and recruitment disciplines during 2020, and our predictions for the year ahead.

  • Find out the latest salary and pay trends
  • Compare your salary level
  • Find out what skills are in demand

Go to your next interview with the knowledge of how much you are worth.

Check salary trends for:

  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Qualified Finance
  • Technology, Projects & Change
  • Legal
  • Supply Chain, Procurement & Logistics 
  • Manufacturing & Engineering 

Check salary trends for:

  • Part-Qualified Accounting & Finance
  • Contract Accounting & Finance 
  • Secretarial & Support 
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing (London Only)