Haggling over money may set the wrong tone

01/24/2010 | Seattle Times, The

You don't always have to negotiate for more money if an employer doesn't offer exactly what you want, Nick Corcodilos writes. "The ultimate goal of negotiating a job is not to get every last dollar. It's to set the groundwork for the best possible work relationship -- which is not limited to money -- for the long term," he writes.

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