Recruiters who give negotiation satisfaction
by Giles Morgan |
9th January, 2017 |
Recruitment
Giles Morgan
25 May, 2022

You know when you lose your best candidate over, what seems to you, an insignificant salary differential? Had you ever considered the positive and negative psychological effects of ‘negotiation satisfaction’?

Let’s imagine there are two prospective employees, both having applied for and now being offered the same job at £49,000. The applicant who expected a salary of £50,000 may be dissatisfied with this offer, while the applicant who expected a salary of £48,000 could be quite pleased. Which one is more likely to accept the offer?

Well, of course, it depends on a lot more than just salary but as a simple example to highlight that skilled recruiters manage expectations appropriately. Good recruiters know when to stop selling and start negotiating, managing expectations ‘prior’ to and during salary negotiations, to create negotiation satisfaction which increases their offer to placement ratios.

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