It’s payback time. One extremely important reason to consider changing roles as an executive is that typically you can earn more money when you do—as long as you do not “job hop.” This is doubly true if you have someone as experienced as the Barrett Group to help you tactically as you negotiate your new package.
How much do our clients typically earn? What’s their payback?
As the chart explains, at the top end, we have seen a number of clients land earning $500,000 or more, and indeed, the average of the top quartile is about $300,000. The overall average of all clients landing so far in 2022, at least those on whom we have specific income data, is $200,000, and even the bottom quartile averages $140,000.
The Barrett Group has been handling compensation package negotiations for more than 30 years. We simply know a lot more about what is possible than does the average candidate, so our clients benefit from this experience, the application of situation-appropriate tactics, and a long list of potential compensation elements from which to draw during the negotiation.
In fact, the Barrett Group can virtually always add $10,000, $20,000, $30,000 or more to the first offer in cash, equity, benefits, or other perks, thereby handily paying back our clients’ investment in our services.
“I probably would not have negotiated the salary and everything else I ended up with, you know, the perks that came with it, the terms of the contract and all those other things. I can’t thank The Barrett Group enough.” [Diane, EVP, Read More]
Undoubtedly, you deserve to earn what you are worth. So when it is your payback time, consider how an investment in professional career management services by the Barrett Group pays back time and time again. Don’t leave any money on the table. Give us a call.
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