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Elyssa Duncan
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My coworker wrote an informative article and shared 7 tips to asking for a raise (and get it!) I was curious... have YOU ever asked for a raise?

  • What steps did you take?
  • How did it go?

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Arlene Thomas
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I have asked for a raise in a large meeting. We had a special meeting with higher management and I asked them a question about my degree being considered for my salary. I received it and others followed.

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Ford Simpson
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No, because the company has profit sharing. The deciding increase in my salary is tied to my hard work. My paycheck has improved every year,seems fair to me. Ford

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I once got a raise after a series of talks with my boss. I demonstrated my value with specific examples and requested a specific increase amount/percentage.

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Evelyn Walker
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No,never

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Kimberly Hoskinskn
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I did ask for a raise when new hires were starting out making more than myself. I got it!! I learned a lesson right then and there you have to look out for yourself because no one else is going too

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Gwendolyn Carlton
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No, because a company has a time frame will they give out raises, n it is done according to ur work preference

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Fay de Guzman
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Arlene Thomas - I totally agree with you , you got to show what you got and be proud of it ! And never be shy or scared to ask for your values ! They won’t know if you don’t speak up for yourself ! Am proud and happy for you !

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