Why the Salary Discussion Should Be the First Part of the Interview, Not the Last

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I stumbled upon this post on LinkedIn.

I strongly disagree with the concept that it’s a mistake to ask about salary at the beginning. It doesn’t matter what the business’s mission is, how flexible they are, or if it would allow me to simply sit in a leather chair and dispense wisdom. I’m not interested if it doesn’t mean a minimum salary requirement.

If you think you can attract candidates with a lowball offer because of your company, you don’t value your employees. (Yes some people are willing to work for less for non-profits that they support, but even

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