How should I ask my boss for a raise? I've been at my job for 3 years with one raise.
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?
One approach that has worked for me in the past instead of asking for a raise directly, is to go to my manager with a goal of where I would like to see myself next year responsibility-wise and skill-wise. I ask for their help in crafting a plan to get me to the next level. Once I got to the next level, a higher-level and better paying job/position would invariably follow. Showing that you want to improve your skills and take on more responsibility puts you in a positive light with management, so when you do ask for the raise and/or new job position/title, they are more inclined to agree to your request.
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 Nira Perkins 6 years ago
What was your experience and how did you handle it (quit, suck it up)?
by Patricia Scott 15 months ago
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by Annette Thomas 7 years ago
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by And Drewson 8 years ago
And I told him so.Long story short, he's a major jerk and after 12 years working there I need to leave. It's a very hostile work environment.The economy isn't making it easy to leave just yet.Would you tell your boss such a thing.
by Eaglekiwi 18 months ago
Why are employers asking such stupid questions in there Job Applications and generally requiring volumes of information for a $8 an hour job?
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