NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 28, 2017
Ron Norman, CEO of Team Decades (http://www.teamdecades.com), explained to attendees at an executive job conference forum today why they can expect to make more money by changing jobs than by staying in place in a current position.
"The accomplishments of an executive since his or her last hiring all add up and translate into an increased value for the executive on the job market of today," Norman pointed out. "These accomplishments can be likened to the extra-cost options on a luxury automobile and should be compensated." Norman told the forum that to ignore the 'value-added' factor by remaining in place and being subject to a compensation package factored to an executive's record from three to ten years ago ignores the fact that a quality executive is constantly amassing new statistics that should have a direct impact on compensation.
"Any CEO keeping an eye on the bottom line understands that what he or she is negotiating for are the skills and abilities of the job candidate which are evidenced by statistics; their accomplishments," according to Norman. "Every noteworthy action taken by an executive-level job candidate since his or her last hiring makes it easier to ask for and receive an enhanced compensation package." Team Decades believes that an executive should not forfeit these rewards..
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