When you’re evaluating any job offer, it’s important to examine every aspect — including salary, benefits, and job requirements, says John Edwards.
This article describes specific points to consider. For example, you should ensure that the job description accurately reflects the role you applied and interviewed for, and you should clearly understand any non-compete clauses and other legal requirements.
Other questions to consider when evaluating a potential position include:
- Does the company culture seem supportive?
- Does the organization have rapid staff turnover?
- What are the education and training opportunities?
Read more at InformationWeek.
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