Okay to go back and renegotiate?

Wells Fargo fin2tech
Mar 12 4 Comments

I recently spoke with a recruiter from Spotify for a Analytics Manager position in Accounting/Finance. We had a very open conversation about salary expectation. I basically told the recruiter that although I have not done much research myself but I would like to get at least $160K. The recruiter mentioned that the budget for the position is $145K but she thinks $160K is attainable.

However, after my performance review last week, I realized that my total compensation is at $160K in my current company. I have had couple of good interviews with the managers including the hiring manager. They openly discussed about their immediate need along with their interest in hiring me. I want to move to Spotify given that this doesn't become a lateral jump. If offered, I would like to ask for at least $180K for this role.

Would it be professionally okay to go back, and ask for a reconsideration in the salary to the HR? How can I make my case competent given that I made a mistake calculating my current TC?

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TOP 4 Comments
  • As long as you didn't agree on an offer, if is always ok. Do what you need to do
    Mar 12 0
  • Spotify qazwsxedcv
    Did you account for equity and the other benefits Spotify offers?
    Mar 16 0
  • Spotify / Eng qbeforeu
    yes
    Mar 14 0
  • Spotify / Eng VnEB34
    Lol
    Mar 14 0

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