Negotiating or bargaining is an intrinsic part of life in China—and in many other places for that matter. You may talk about prices in the market or shops—or even when it comes to your monthly salary! Are you confident enough to negotiate with someone or at least know some of the ways to make a good case for, let’s say, a salary increase?
In this Podcast, you will learn:
(i) How to negotiate terms and conditions for a new or existing job
(ii) To talk about your expectations on salary levels
At a meeting, two parties are negotiating:
(zài huì yì shì)
(in the meeting room)
Wáng Lì, guān yú xīn jīn dài yù děng qíng kuàng, nǐ kǎo lǜ le me? Yǒu shén me xiǎng fǎ?
Wang Li, in terms of salary and others, did you consider it? What do you think about it?
Wǒ jué de gè fāng miàn hěn hǎo, wéi dú xīn shuǐ bǐ wǒ yù xiǎng de dī yī xiē, bù zhī nín shì fǒu tóng yì gěi wǒ zài tí gāo bǎi fēn zhī èr shí?
I think all aspects sound good...