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5 Times You Shouldn’t Compromise While Negotiating

There are times when you have more leverage than you think. Here’s how to spot them–and successfully stand your ground. Negotiations are stressful. Whether you’re a contractor discussing fee arrangements with your clients or a candidate advocating for higher pay, the pressure to “close the deal” can make you agree to unnecessary concessions. To avoid low-balling yourself, you need to identify the situations where you may have the upper hand.
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