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How To Prepare for a Raise,Promotion or Proposal for your job.
Preparing for a Raise, Promotion or Proposal
How To Prepare for a Raise, Promotion or Proposal
How to Prepare for a raise, promotion or proposal. Earning more from your employer. There are two ways that you can accomplish this task. You can get a raise or you can get promoted to a higher paying position with your employer.
If you deserve a raise? Then ask for one. Most people do not get a raise because they are afraid to ask for one. Or they don't know how to ask for a raise. Ask yourself these questions
Is the job market in my favor?
Have I been with my employer long enough, to ask for a raise?
Does my Boss think I do good work?
What if they turn me down, for a raise?
What do I do next?
Remember every time you ask for a raise does not mean your going to get one! Sometimes you will get a raise when you ask for one.
If your employer turns you down. Don't get mad at your employer. Remain calm. Keep your cool about your self. Ask your employer why you were turned down. How can you improve for a raise for next time. Find out if you could get some more coaching or on the job training. This may increase your chance of getting a raise the next time. Ask your employer for his or her suggestions for you? Ask if you have put in enough time and effort for a raise? Do you need more skills for a raise? Find out how and what you need to do, for a raise?
If you think you will never get a raise in your current position? Then pursue another way of winning your self a promotion. See if more training in your field, could win you a promotion.
Make sure you have all the skills you need for this promotion. Ask is this the right job for me. Learn from others in your company, who can help you. Show your employer you are qualified for a higher position or a promotion.
Use strategy when asking for a raise.
Ask your Boss for and appointment to see them? All you need is a moment of their time. Never just walk in their office. If you do chances are, things will end badly. Never just send emails or tweet them. This is not professional. Always be well groomed and dressed when asking your employer for and appointment. Make sure you have been with your company at least 12 months or more. Ask for more responsibility with your employer.
Last but not least. List your accomplishments with your employer. Don't talk about random things, from the time when you were born. Just list your major accomplishments. Your employer may be surprised by this, and offer you that raise or promotion.
Always use good judgement and know when it is time for a raise.
Never compare your salary with others. This just want work.
Don't say I have never had a raise. Are it has been forever since my last raise.
Make sure you have a good reputation with your company. No idle office chatter will work.
Be prepared to put in longer week ends or longer hours. That may be what it takes for your raise or promotion. Speak with important people in your company, this sometimes will work. Sometimes it is not what you know. It is who you know. When and if possible read books on your company. This will help you be up to date with your company.
Be prepared to do the extra time. If you want a raise or promotion. Good luck .