Asking about your level in offer

MuleSoft BarcMeniof
May 27, 2018 20 Comments

Are you allowed to ask about the level equivalence if an offer only has the title? Would this even help so I can then know the boundaries to negotiate better or is the level something you can grasp from the base number?

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  • New AMex31
    Yes. You can ask anything
    May 27, 2018 17
    • New AMex31
      Were you happy with those ranges you mentioned?
      May 27, 2018
    • MuleSoft BarcMeniof
      OP
      Neutral I guess lol
      May 27, 2018
    • New AMex31
      lol OK. My concern is by telling them that it may have given them an upper bound for your offer. Now it would be hard for you to justify getting above that range, unless you get a new competing offer which is above that range. Even if you do, I wouldn't know how to gracefully do it without sounding greedy, maybe you can think of a way.
      May 27, 2018
    • MuleSoft BarcMeniof
      OP
      Do companies ask you to show proof of competing offers usually?
      May 27, 2018
    • New AMex31
      I've personally never encountered that but I don't have much experience with US companies. Maybe somebody else can answer that...

      Even if they do, you can always say offers are confidential and you can't share your other offers with them. Depending on your style you could cheekily say they can't show you their offers to other candidates either ;)
      May 27, 2018
  • Capital One Cheeter
    What kind of stupid company doesn’t know your level after interviewing you? I’d say im a ceo then.
    May 27, 2018 0
  • Amazon bracket
    Yeah you should.
    May 27, 2018 0

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