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Chris,

One possible perk is vacation time.  It's not unusual for a company to start
new employees with two weeks annual vacation until, after a select number of
years, they qualify for three weeks vacation.  If the new employee has been
with their current employer for a number of years and is gettng 3-4 weeks
vacation, it would not be out of line to ask the new employer to start the
new employee with three week annual vacation.

Rainer Naus, CRM

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Flynn [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 4:08 PM
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Subject: Hypothetical


I was talking to a friend (yes I still have one or two left west of the Big
Muddy) and the discussion turned to employment strategy. In these trying
times, just how far do you go in making demands on a potential employer.

Exercise:

A leading company, possibly a Fortune...., company is interested in hiring
you. Apart from an exorbitant salary, what is an expected perk and what is a
possible perk and what do you rate as more important.

Chris

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