[Webinar] How to effectively negotiate salaries

Aldagh McDonogh 27.01.2016

Discussing remuneration, and pay rises in particular, can be awkward for both employers and employees. In this Success Series webinar, we discuss negotiation tools, tips and techniques to assist you in discussing your next potential raise.

The beginning of the year is a common time for annual reviews within many organisations, and it's also no secret that the volume of job seekers and subsequent applications are at their peak each January with many looking to increase their remuneration package.

Thomas Drewry, co-founder of salary data specialists Emolument.com, and Morgan McKinley co-hosts look at the tools, tips and techniques to use when discussing your employment package.

On the webinar:

  • How to enter remuneration discussions being both confident and well-informed
  • The elements you need to know and questions you need to ask
  • How to adapt the negotiation whether in your current role or applying for a new role
  • What to do if your organisation does not have a formal compensation/appraisal structure in place




The hosts:

Thomas Drewry | Co-founder & CEO at Emolument.com

Thomas Drewry is the co-founder and CEO of Emolument. Prior to this, he ran his own executive search firm specialised in financial services for 12 years.



Hakan Enver

Hakan Enver is Operations Director for Morgan McKinley UK. He has over eight years' financial services recruitment experience, following four years working within the risk management functions of both Bank of America and Deutsche Bank.


Trayc Keevans


Trayc has ten years’ recruitment experience, specialising in supporting foreign direct investment (FDI) start-ups and expansions, building relationships with key clients and developing key strategic recruitment projects across the group. She has extensive experience recruiting senior qualified accountants within industry and financial services sectors. Prior to joining Morgan McKinley in 2005, Trayc worked in financial services at management level for seven years.


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