Salary Negotiations

#1 Apr 6th, 2010, 08:44
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Hello Folks,

I am going into a round of salary requirements and negotiation with my prospective employer. Currently I do not have a good clue as this opportunity fell in my lap unexpectedly. Through some research Ive done...all it has done is confused me.

I am a 12 year veteran in Healthcare at the executive level. What range of salary would one command coming from the US?

All comments are welcome!
#2 Apr 6th, 2010, 09:10
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This is very complicated. No good answers for this, lot of variables involved.
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Thats what I am running into myself. Its hard to put a finger on anything. I feel if I can come up with a range perhaps it would make sense.
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Originally Posted by dcxman View Post Thats what I am running into myself. Its hard to put a finger on anything. I feel if I can come up with a range perhaps it would make sense.
Start with 30-40% above what you are currently getting
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Well... I dont know the answer but you cannot directly transalte US salaries to India. Our company does a lot of transfer on a global basis and the our basic tenet is that in the international transfer a person should not be out of pocket i.e. his savings potential should not diminish but we asa policy do not pay hardship allowance for transfer to developong countries. in your case you can ask for that also as it is not with the same company. So in my suggestion you need to unpeel the onion. Look at a base salary which gives you similar savings paotential as you would have in US in dollar terms. Add to that housing (good housing is frightfully expensive in India), schooling for kids (international schools can be expensive), etc. etc.
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Also there are some firms in India like Mercer, Haygroup and Hewitt which do salary benchmarking. You may contact them for a heads up.
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Dcxman-Hiya. I don't know how I came across your posting (considering I'm an expat in Chennai) but nevertheless, I'm in healthcare mgmt. too at an executive level, and ever so curious to find out what kind of job you got here? The reason I ask is because my understanding is that healthcare mgmt. is just picking up here and jobs at executive levels just don't exist.
Thoughts?

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