Whenever any employer or a recruitment agency thinks of hiring a candidate, one of the most difficult things they cater is salary negotiation. Now, one certainly do not want to loose a potential candidate however, offering a huge salary at the very first go might prove to be risky at times. So, what to do? An employer and the respective manpower consultants should know the tactics of negotiating on the salary part from the candidates. Before we move on to the tips of salary negotiation, being an employer you need to understand the factors on which it depends: 鈥?Designation or job level within your organization. 鈥?Skills and experience required for the job. 鈥?How versatile the aspiring candidate is. 鈥?Professional growth of the candidate. 鈥?Market value of the relevant job. 鈥?Salary range of that position in the market. 鈥?Expected salary of the candidates should match with their skills as per your convenience. 鈥?Company specific rules and your HR practices. Besides, you should consider that how urgent do you need to fill in that position. If the requirement is too urgent, you can always give a chance to the potential candidate within a salary package near to the expected one. If you want to take time and choose an expert professional then you may go ahead with the negotiation. See, ultimately it is the employees who work for you thus, no point making them dissatisfied. Now, that you have understood the factors let us move on to the negotiation tips. 鈥?Negotiation is not winning over someone. It is joining hands and coming to a satisfied mount from the company's prospective and employee standards. Look at the expertise one needs to have to fit in the particular vacant job. Ultimately it is about gaining something out of the other party by offering your relevant services. So, understand this fact and move accordingly. 鈥?Make a crosscheck or reference check of the candidate's previous experience and job responsibility and how well the given job was executed from his or her part. 鈥?Do give a certain hike to the potential candidate. However, if you feel that the candidate needs to learn a lot then clarify this at the very first stage. 鈥?Be frank with the candidate to know his or her lighter side. This makes the manpower consultants understand their interpersonal skills and adaptability within the organization. So, from next interview keep these tips of salary negotiation in mind and gain max out of it.