[BangPypers] [JOB] Python developer required in Pune with web development experience

Navin Kabra navin.kabra at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 07:30:19 CET 2011


On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 11:44 AM, Kenneth Gonsalves <lawgon at au-kbc.org>wrote:

> or a way of saying: 'there is going to be bargaining here'?
>

I think it's a way of saying: "Salary will depend upon who you are, how much
experience you have, what your current salary is, and how desperately we
need you". The reality is that for the same job posting, I can get a
candidate who is expecting Rs. 5L, and I can get another expecting Rs. 15L.
Now supposed I had a specific role in mind, and a salary range of Rs 9L to
11L in mind for that role. If the 5L or 15L candidates are any good, most
likely I will create a new role which fits their capabilities and will offer
them a salary accordingly - which will be very different from the original
salary and the original role. And everybody wins.

Mentioning a salary range is unnecessarily cutting off options.

navin.

What I don't understand is people who don't mention prices of their product
offerings - where the products are fairly standard. (e.g. training, workshop
etc.)


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