May's Challenge: How do you ask for a raise when you have worked for your employers for years?
Things to think about before you start to ask your boss for a raise. Be prepared to ask yourself the tough questions first, before the Boss does. Pay raise letter template. read more
I think you should explain to them how they can benefit from you in the future. Show him/her that your really an asset to the com.
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by mayhmong 10 years ago
May's Challenge: Explain to a child where babies come from?
by Lady Diamond 4 years ago
How Do I ask my boss for a raise? I'm worried that if I ask I will lose my job.
by kady_did_once 9 years ago
i'm talking about when you are done raisding your own, but you ask to raise your childs child so...that your 1st child can have a fruitful life.
by Kent Peligrino 4 years ago
Regular employees can ask for a raise but what if you're a freelancer? How do you tell your client that you badly need that well-deserved raise? Feel free to share your thoughts.
by Pagelift 7 years ago
How should I ask my boss for a raise? I've been at my job for 3 years with one raise.
by Kathryn L Hill 3 years ago
They wanted equality and they have had it for years now.However, I am seeing a trend which is more than alarming.Women are having babies and abandoning them to daycare. Why? Because they have to get back to work.(To live in California, a two-earner income is required.) Recently, I have been...
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