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Megan Karnick
over 3 years ago
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Cashier

Money is tight, or should I ask for a raise or get another job.

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Rick Goans
over 3 years ago
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Looking far a way to advance and make more money

Just started looking

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Ashley Martinez
about 2 years ago
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Two raises

So I been working for 6 months almost 7 months and they haven’t given me my raise yet for being their for 6 1/2 months also I was promoted to crew trainer and that’s another raise and they haven’t given that to me as well. I keep asking for them but they keep saying you’ll get it in a week and I Been asking for like a month now what should I do???

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Panthera Tigris
about 2 years ago
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The Hustle trait is a quality skill...overlooked?

Head of house hold of six-seven,(with I) striving to get the best out of hard work by putting in extra effort, time, and elevating average expectations. However, even though this type of discipline can do wonders for entrepreneurs I've come to the realization that in the general work force there's a sense of overlooking good ol' HUSTLE. Now I know, hustle is/should be a general trait but I can't help but to feel powerless while persuing a career within my current industry or I should say company. I've never put a price on the quality or quantity of my work, it has always been my personal goal to do my best and strive to be the best. I cannot-will not settle; ever. I can do alot more and by observing this now; I've come to remind myself: I am that fuel I want, not the raise. Perhaps I've been putting my energy where it's not appriciated Company is good but was I trying to settle? For steady income, healthcare, job security? I got skills, those things are manageable...I'm a Hustler; I strive #Hustle #fuelforthefire #raise #breakthrough

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Mandy Kendrick
over 3 years ago
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Constantly promoted then demoted

My company has a history of financial troubles but pays extremely well. Lately the management have adopted the strategy of only promoting people when they can afford to increase their salary. However, they also demote people when they can no longer maintain that rate of pay. Yes, the workload does change based on the position so I'm always paid "fairly" for the work I'm doing, but I also don't like not knowing if my income will change any given quarter.

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Evelyn Georges
over 3 years ago
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Birthday surprise!

Well asking about a raise has already paid off today is my birthday and my manager asked me to see him and he gave me a $2 raise! Don't ever be afraid to ask because it may pay off!

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Crystal Evans
over 3 years ago
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Raise and ambition

So the owner of my job is really impress with my work and abilities to multitask and go from cold bar to serving drinks. They finally got me on a regular schedule set. They told me they lover how quickly I get work done and satisfy customers to make them feel like their right at home. And also customer have been giving me outstanding reviews to the owner

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Tina Carney
over 3 years ago
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I want to make money

How I should ask about a Rase

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Jesse Alvarado
about 3 years ago
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My first day as a #Extrugearoperator. at #O.e.mcomponentsinc. : What I'd do differently

I wouldnt change anything.it was perfect i was in my own section in charge of the mesh press area...completed the night finishing all production for the night..next day boss came in he gave me An other dollar to my pay..

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Michael Keve
over 1 year ago
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Asking for raise as other manager leaves the team

I currently work on a team that is structured with money director (my boss), two managers (myself and another), and 12 senior/junior analysts below us split between us.

I just found out the other manager put in his 2 weeks and will leave the team short handed at the management level. We currently have no immediate internal or external prospects for the other manager position. Is now the time to approach my boss about a raise as I will be the only manager over 12 individuals? What would be a good % to shoot for? My initial thoughts are 20%.

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