Salary negotiations can take some time. They are generally representative of the company's hiring process in general. If the company already has a lengthy interview process (more than two months), expect salary negotiations to last a week or two. In general, the process of negotiating an agreement usually takes a few weeks to a few months.
If all goes well, you and the other party will agree to a fair settlement for your damages. When it comes to determining how long it will take to negotiate an agreement, the answer may vary. Negotiating an average agreement takes one to three months once all the relevant variables are presented. However, some agreements may take much longer to resolve.
Tough salary negotiations or long delays in confirming a formal offer can make it seem like potential employers have it against them. But if you've made enough progress in the process, these people like you and they want you to keep liking them. The unwillingness to move forward on a particular topic may simply reflect restrictions that you don't fully appreciate. A delay in receiving an offer letter may mean that you are not the only concern the hiring manager has in life.
Keep in touch, but be patient. And if you can't be patient, don't call in frustration or anger; it's best to start by asking for clarification about the right time and if there's anything you can do to help things move forward.