How To Handle A Counter Offer

How To Handle A Counter Offer

14 March 2017



When you’re looking for a new job and on the verge of accepting an offer from potential new employers, there is every chance that your current company might make you a counter offer.

It will usually involve matching the offer that your potential new company has made, in terms of wages, and maybe a bit more in the way of responsibility or title.

If your heart is set on leaving, then there’s no reason why any counter offer (no matter how good) could sway you to stay. After all, something must have made you consider leaving in the first place.

Any offers should always be handled politely and from an objective perspective. Focus on what is best for you and your career – and that doesn’t always mean more money.

If you’re not sure, we’ve put together this video of things to consider when approached with a counter offer. Have a watch and let us know what you think in the comment section below.



Written By Mary Palmer


If i was leaving a company for another job and my manger was offering me a counter offer for me to stay. It would need to match my new jobs offer not so much wages . but make hours more flexiable then i would proably stay but then again im a loyal worker and i might get on really well with my employees that it wouldnt matter what offer would be
Posted on Sunday, March 19, 2017 19:59 by James copeland

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