Never take a promotion without negotiating pay

03/8/2013 | Ask A Manager blog

Don't let your employer pressure you into accepting a promotion before you've discussed a pay raise, Alison Green writes. Your negotiating power disappears as soon as you accept the offer. "If they put you off and push you to start doing the new job now, you need to hold firm: 'I'm not comfortable taking on a new job without discussing the terms, such as salary,' " she writes.

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