Salary Negotiation | Bantle & Levy

Negotiation of Salary

When you take on a new position, you want to ensure that this change is beneficial. However, getting what you deserve can be a challenge, even as a highly-skilled executive professional. As a vital member of your organization taking on a significant amount of responsibility, your compensation needs to reflect the value you bring. Negotiating salary and other forms of compensation can be complicated, especially at the executive level. Due to your role in a company, it’s extremely important that your compensation meet your needs. For the best chances at a successful salary negotiation, you need a dedicated executive representation on your side.

At Bantle & Levy, we have years of experience representing executives throughout New York City. We can help you show your new company your worth and fight for you to receive the compensation you deserve.

Components of an Executive Compensation Package

Naturally, when you consider accepting a new position, you want your new salary to be greater than or at least match your current salary. However, your salary isn’t the only part of the compensation you’re going to receive from your new employer. Executive compensation packages can be extensive and incorporate many different benefits. This means that you have a lot to consider when determining if your compensation package is competitive and fair for what you’re providing the company in return.

Focusing on only one aspect of your compensation package can lead to you not receiving as much as you could in other areas. Important components of an executive compensation package that you may be able to negotiate include:

Compensation and salary negotiation is never simple, and at the executive level, it’s only more complicated. As an experienced professional, you know your worth and how a company can benefit from your skills and background. Conveying this to your employer is a different story. Don’t take any chances when it comes to your executive compensation. Bantle & Levy understands how to facilitate salary negotiation for executive employees to help them reach an outcome that works for them and their employer.

Executive Salary Negotiation in New York City

For you to achieve success in your position, you need to feel valued and receive fair compensation for your contributions. You should never settle for less than you deserve, and we can help you express to your employer what you bring to the table and what compensation is appropriate for what you’re providing.

Bantle & Levy has a team of employment lawyers who are seasoned negotiators and can help you get the compensation you deserve from your employer. We can assist you with salary negotiation as well as negotiate other aspects of your employment. We have years of experience helping New York City executives navigate complicated employment matters so they can focus on reaching their full potential.

Contact the skilled executive employment lawyers of Bantle & Levy today to learn more about how we can help you negotiate the terms and conditions of your employment.

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