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f0rest | 
Jordan xrealx369 
Have you ever asked your manager for a raise/salary increase? How did you do it? email, phone call, or personal? results?
2022-12-04 09:16
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It should be personal i believe. I've never did ask for a raise. they asked me for a raise but eventually I'll
2022-12-04 09:19
never had a salary at all
2022-12-04 09:19
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#7
siuhy | 
Lithuania Janbob
+1
2022-12-04 09:31
#31
NAF | 
Canada Bak2BED
expected
2022-12-04 14:47
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-1
2022-12-04 15:17
+1 imagine having a job
2022-12-04 14:53
24 replies
did u watch movie "parasite" its korean. You should watch it brother
2022-12-04 15:32
22 replies
i did but it wasnt anime so it wasnt very good
2022-12-04 15:32
21 replies
i see where it went wrong, nt bro i hope all good in your life
2022-12-04 15:33
20 replies
i am confused by your statement of knowing where it went wrong but i hope you have a good life too ^^
2022-12-04 15:34
19 replies
its okay u tried, nt
2022-12-04 15:35
18 replies
i believe it all went wrong in your life when you became of fan of a player that plays with cheater team. im sorry this happened to you.
2022-12-04 15:36
17 replies
where did that come from? hit a nerve bro? u ok? i have lots of questions but its okay
2022-12-04 15:37
16 replies
you can ask as many questions as youd like, ill try my best to answer them. im perfectly fine and no nerves have been hit, i just decided since you were seemingly pitying me for some reason i decided to pity your poor choice of a favorite player.
2022-12-04 15:39
15 replies
do you get paid by commenting in this forum? otherwise you should find a job instead of questioning the most useless thing you can ask from a person. Good luck brother wish you all well in life <3
2022-12-04 15:41
14 replies
i do not get paid though if you would like to start paying me i would gladly accept your money :) i will not get a job because i am a NEET and shut down when i have to communicate with real people. my life is a train wreck.
2022-12-04 15:42
13 replies
You do know, people die in real life right? even a 12 y old knows it, I think. Take a good care of your parents and let them live a peaceful life in their late ages <3
2022-12-04 15:44
12 replies
my parents will continue to work so i can live off of them until they can no longer function. then i will promptly throw them into a retirement home and find a bf to leech off of instead. thanks for your concern but i have already planned my life out.
2022-12-04 15:45
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what a great and wonderful person you are omg <3 I was wrong, you got it all in life. And remember beauty is inside not outside but you got that beauty, you are fine ^^
2022-12-04 15:48
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im glad we have come to an agreement. thank you for putting in the effort to understand me :D
2022-12-04 15:52
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you can dm me, I can give you more motivational stuff. <3
2022-12-04 15:54
wait bf
2022-12-04 16:27
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i am a cute girl
2022-12-04 16:34
6 replies
sadge
2022-12-04 16:37
5 replies
why sadge? are you sexist or were you hoping i was gay
2022-12-04 16:38
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sadge u are not gae
2022-12-04 16:45
you feel me
2022-12-04 16:46
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WHAT THE FUCK is with your edit? i cant edit my comment and now out of context my comment looks insane
2022-12-04 16:58
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You shouldn’y type vulgair stuff like that then
2022-12-04 17:17
+1
2022-12-04 15:18
Flag
2022-12-04 16:07
neither did SANJI
2022-12-04 16:18
#3
tory | 
Belgium apexay
Ask him personally
2022-12-04 09:20
If you want anything done with any issue at work do it personally, emails are for spineless idiots.
2022-12-04 09:22
I've heard a good idea is to actually develop some kind of a report on what you do, what you bring to the company, and how your specifically unique actions have not just maintained, but complemented/contributed to the sustained growth and prosperity of the company, in a crystalline and concise way, to show them: why giving you a raise is actually a good thing; that you do in fact deserve it because you weren't just doing the bare minimum, thus you shouldn't just be paid the bare minimum; and that, so you don't just take your skills and contributions elsewhere where they might give a fuck and be willing to pay you more for not JUST being "ya, I show up to work" guy.
2022-12-04 09:26
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This! You have to be prepared for salary discussions with your supervisor and of course you should ask him personally. Although it has to be the right moment to ask. It is almost better to talk about such things when you both have enough time and can sit down together. Thats why I would prepare myself and then just ask my supervisor if he has time for a meeting about 15-30 minutes the next days between you two guys.
2022-12-04 09:46
#88
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Europe tweekzter
I heard it is a good idea to work hard before aksing for a raise. But I've never tried that.
2022-12-04 16:45
#6
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World NukestrikE
definitely personaly... btw look at inflation and how your salary was affected by it since your last salary raise, do some research and look at salaries on similar positions in different companies and have in mind some reasonable number that you want to add to your salary
2022-12-04 09:32
never had to ask so far they have given me 2 pay increaes so far
2022-12-04 09:32
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My previous company did that, that's why I'm not used to it
2022-12-04 09:50
I asked for a raise and got it, 1 dollar more an hour :), fucking shit salary
2022-12-04 09:41
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Thats 154dollars a month. How is that shit?
2022-12-04 13:17
Snapchat
2022-12-04 09:42
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Too bad, I don't use it
2022-12-04 09:50
To him directly, 1 time worked, 1 didn't, in another one they let me work from home instead than a raise and the last one they told me they would think about it and after 3 months when I thought they totally forgot they told me ok. Btw, it's easier to win more money if you change companies than asking a raise. Doing a small something inside the company that no one else does or know how to do it, will help
2022-12-04 09:48
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+1 ideally you already have a different job lined up when you ask for a raise, so that you have some leverage. If you do an important job within your company and you do it well it’s almost always cheaper to give you a solid raise rather than trying to replace you
2022-12-04 09:53
Well to my current boss i asked for it in light of the current crisis, and told him i'd be forced to find another job if couldnt cover my living expenses (food, housing, electricity, everything is more costly), so he gave me a 10% salary increase and agreed. Prior to that i have also asked for at pay raise where i told a former boss i thought i deserved it due to my commitment to the firm and hard work. Surprisingly, he actually agreed and asked me what i wanted, and gave me that. Might've been lucky, but if you dont try, you wont get anything - so go for it!!!!
2022-12-04 09:51
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wise words, thanks
2022-12-04 09:57
This is the good thing about working for big companies. They'll come to you, you'll often don't even have to ask. I've got so many bonuses and a decent salary increase over the last couple years.
2022-12-04 09:52
in person and summarize your positive performance over the years hardest part: you should get an offer from an another company first, where you also ask for bigger salary you are always working cheaper than you think and what you deserve, always. Companies usually have 20-25% extra budget per employee / year calculated if somebody asking for a raise getting 10% raise would be too easy, for more you definitely need an offer from an other company
2022-12-04 10:22
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'you are always working cheaper than you think and what you deserve, always' I totally agree, and without increase motivation starts dying down.
2022-12-04 11:34
Q: Why did the chef quit? A: They cut his celery.
2022-12-04 11:36
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poor guy :(
2022-12-04 14:42
usually once u say you have got another job offer, if your boss really wants to keep you, will offer increase in salary
2022-12-04 11:37
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They will work hard to replace you as soon as an opportunity presents itself, after basically threatening them to leave you won't be seen as loyal anymore.
2022-12-04 16:54
never asked, coz we have a clear procedure how your pay rate is reviewed
2022-12-04 11:39
My contract ended perfectly when 3 people quit at the same time and I said I might think about going somewhere else I had been for about 6 interviews and 2 of them said they'd hire me so I kinda used that as leverage like "well I need better pay so I'm just going to HAVE to go there I would love to keep working here but you know..." and I got about a 5% pay increase with the chance of a bonus at the end of 2023 and 2024 depending on my performance
2022-12-04 11:42
Looking for jobs from time to time and going to conversations may give you a lever to get a raise. Because if X offers Y then you have a lever to get your raise - because you are not only worth the money for the raise, you'd also cost them 6-18 months to get the new guy up to speed. That way, If they refuse, you can always just switch jobs. Also, when discussing for a new potential job you can bring your current job in question and ask them to top that offer somehow. Whether it's less working hours or more money, better conditions etc - they will need to fight for you. Not everyone will, you need to understand this does not have a very high % of success but if you are persistent this works and will get you into a better position. And constantly researching what are people earning with your responsibilities, being "a manager" is not the same thing everywhere and sometimes you will realize that you are doing a 3 person job with only one paycheck - and usually the cheapest of 3. But depends on your relationship with the boss, you may be able to talk to him without a lever, or your lever may be that your job responsibilities got increased. But best lever is black on white job offer from others that tops your current one.
2022-12-04 11:44
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thanks for your answer
2022-12-04 14:45
I did just ask
2022-12-04 11:44
Never did but i think personal better always
2022-12-04 14:45
#32
Liazz | 
Yugoslavia embru
i'm not saying this will work because I worked in a small shop that didn't have many employees and I was somewhat friendly with my boss because he was often times in the shop. For me I just presented to him that I work a lot, that I come to work anytime he needs me and so on and when i asked for more money he said sure, because he can attest to my work ethic
2022-12-04 14:50
All companies I worked for had some annual promotion cycles where you compete to get promoted this year. No need to ask per se. Another way I increased salary is switch a company, or obtain a offer (at least email) and show to your current boss asking for similar increase. But you must be ready to leave if he says no. So you have to like that other company well enough.
2022-12-04 14:53
blackmail always worked for me, i work in shady shit so its ez to get some dirt on those guys
2022-12-04 14:56
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monkaS
2022-12-04 15:02
be a bettor and get a raise by yourself
2022-12-04 15:00
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no ty
2022-12-04 15:02
Not necessarily a salary increase but the place I was working in offered me a pretty low salary to keep working with them (my contract was expiring) and then I just said to them that I had quite a lot better offer waiting elsewhere so they pretty much exactly matched the other offer so I decided to stay. The funny thing is at the time I didn't even know what the other place was exactly offering and I only had a feeling they would offer more. Used the same tactic on my phone bill, the telecommunications company (Elisa) offered a pretty bad deal and I just said what I was offered elsewhere (said their rival company called DNA was the one with better offer) and then Elisa gave a lot better offer even though I was never offered anything elsewhere.
2022-12-04 15:10
If you feel you have earned a raise, you put forth the evidence for that to your boss and asks for a raise, and if he wants to keep you and you are still an asset for the company after a raise he will grant it. If not you find another job or keep as is.
2022-12-04 15:10
Ofc i did always personal. E-Mailed my boss for a meeting and went to dinner with him. Then i talked about the topic and afterwards a final meeting where we discussed the increase. Just ask dont be afraid never be afraid
2022-12-04 15:17
#44
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Czech Republic forseti12
Definitely in person, and prepare some reasoning, for example that your rent has increased or something like that.
2022-12-04 15:19
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Never do that, as a sou chef in a restaurant I most of the time had to do to the salary increase talking before I gave it over to the restaurant owner to approve it and u should 100% never do that. list the things u do for the company, list the things u wanna do for this company, list the things u have mayb planned for the future but never try to win over with self pity. its basically like a date with a women, dont be too needy and also not to greedy.
2022-12-04 15:56
We just follow the collective agreement
2022-12-04 15:30
yes, it was in covid so a zoom call, I got a 30% increase in salary, but my salary was rather low so that wasn't really much and I left a few month later for double the salary.
2022-12-04 15:32
I’m in a union. They negotiate every 3 years a new contract. A raise is usually one of the things that always happens.
2022-12-04 15:34
#54
D7 | 
Portugal nci_on
obviously in person and make sure you have a reason for it. If the company depends on you for something you can ask for a raise, if they HEAVILY depend on you, you can even go a little crazy on how much. If they dont need you and can easily replace you, then probably ask for a small raise only
2022-12-04 15:37
#59
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Brazil AWFenrir
Serious matters = talk in person
2022-12-04 15:43
#61
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Denmark Dral_Shady
Always personal. Go in be prepared and demand twice the amount you expect. They will expect you to do so also. Also never get angry no matter the result and if you throw around ultimatums be prepared to act upon them.
2022-12-04 15:45
this is a easy way to see if u are a good worker. they either give u the raise or take your leave. but just like with girls dont be needy. tell something like ive been busting my ass for this company, given every last drop of blood and energy for this company, and now i think its time i deserve a raise or im out.
2022-12-04 15:52
#68
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Finland 5way
send him a letter
2022-12-04 15:57
I never really had to ask as most 'big' companies usually have clear guidelines (gathering yearly or more feedback from ur colleagues manager etc, letting u do a self review where u explain ur worth and how u went the extra mile or at least a bi weekly/monthly 1on1 with ur manager. That being said is always good to do that in person and already know ur worth and what u bring to the company(for me was my good understanding of what other teams do that i could clearly explain to my team and vice versa, thing that my team until then did very roughly). Having offers from other companies can def help to put a little extra pressure on ur company to keep u. Lastly, dont be afraid to ask as a good company will not be bothered from people asking and see it as normal, if u ask for too much(lets say 25) u are likely to not get 25 but get a counter offer like 15%. Situational ofc
2022-12-04 16:00
no, I've been getting about 3 raises in the last 2 years just randomly
2022-12-04 16:00
no I just turned 18 and i'm looking for a job B)
2022-12-04 16:02
If it not like a yearly planned conversation where you work, then talk to your manager. Before you do, then make your self a list of why you should get a raise. And try to make it a friendly talk, don't do ultimatums and if you only get or nothing then try to get an agreement on when to have the talk again. If you don't get what you want, then ask for what would qualify you for a raise - agree on some goals you can aim for and make them achievable.
2022-12-04 16:07
#75
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Portugal laskin
If you feel like you deserve it, why not?
2022-12-04 16:14
By quitting from my job
2022-12-04 16:23
If you work at a place where you have to ask for it, it's probably not a good place to be working at
2022-12-04 16:20
In my case, my salary was heavily less than market salary (meaning what is usually payed for my job in my area). So I mentioned this to my team manager. Didn't take long for me to have a meeting with a CTO who bumped my salary up to market level.
2022-12-04 16:22
i havent but i get payed weird anyway
2022-12-04 16:32
Personal
2022-12-04 16:36
#84
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Kosovo riphy
I don't work for people. People work for me.
2022-12-04 16:37
every ho needs to ask the pimp for more $ eventually
2022-12-04 16:40
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