Any tips on ethically and kindly negotiating several position offers or admissions to schools?
Is the ethical principle different for jobs and school admissions? When you meet some really kind people involved in your interviews, what are some ethical principles to go by to ensure no one is hurt? If you "accept" an offer, is it set in stone? I would like some ethical sources regarding this matter. Sending thank you notes is pretty much the norm, but what else to ensure I don't put anyone in a bad position? Thanks much.
Asked By: Pansy - 12/20/2007
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Answered By: JMH - 12/20/2007
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If you acept an offer then yeah it is set in stone, but it isnt if only they accept you.
Answered By: eric r - 12/20/2007
If nothing was signed then you can still change your mind.
Answered By: yerfavoritefiddler - 12/20/2007
Know what your worth. and the rest will fall in line.
Answered By: Real Friend - 12/20/2007
The most successful young salesman I have known, checked around for an attractive offer above his current situation from interesting companies, then went to his company and told them up front what he had been offered. They always exceeded the other companies offer in order to keep him... More
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