How to Ask for a Pay Rise: 10 Steps

Catherines Career Corner

In general, asking your manager for more money is often a stressful and awkward experience. The post How to Ask for a Pay Rise: 10 Steps appeared first on Catherine's Career Corner. Related posts: Pay Increase: How Not to Ask How to get a pay rise – 10 Pitching Evidences How Great Are You As a Manager? See What Great Managers Do No Promotion at Work? Need a pay increase and wondering how to ask for a pay rise at work? These are 10 steps for you to explore.

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“How can I get some needed relief from FMLA-retaliation?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

He seems “protected” because he is with the company for 20 years, and knows a lot of senior managers. The US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division will investigate your complaint. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division FMLA Complaints Ray Blanchard, Asst.

2010 141

“I have an Unemployment Benefits Appeal Hearing coming up. What do.

Sklover Working Wisdom

If you cannot afford one, you might be able to get free or low-cost attorney services from your local Bar Association. Sklover Job Security and Career Success now depend on knowing how to navigate and negotiate to gain the most for your skills, time and efforts.

2010 141

“Is it retaliation to have your company car, company laptop and.

Sklover Working Wisdom

So long as your employer has some rational explanation for taking them away – and cost reduction would seem one to me – this kind of being “singled out” would, again, not seem retaliatory. Overtime, Commissions, Unpaid Wages O.

2010 141

“How can I stop my resume from being used for unauthorized purposes?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Published on September 7th, 2010 by Alan L Sklover Question: Alan, I recently received a telephone call inviting me to apply for a position with a construction management company. However that should always be your last resort for several reasons, including the cost.

2010 141

“Is asking for a guarantee of an employer's obligations – as.

Sklover Working Wisdom

That is because every employer sees every prospective employee as a “human resource,” that is, someone who might cost X each year, but be worth 2X per year – or even 10X per year – to the company. Overtime, Commissions, Unpaid Wages O.

2010 141

Should the Unemployed also be Unemployable?

HireCentrix

Career / Personal Dev. More articles : » The Three Legged Stool of Career Management Effectively managing your career in the economy of today is a vastly different world than it was just a few short years ago. Health, retirement, and paid leave benefits made up more than three-fifths of private industry employer-provided benefit costs in June 2012. Technology companies hire me to find their next executive, manager, or engineer."Sometimes

2012 64

“I experienced workplace violence, left early, and was suspended.

Sklover Working Wisdom

I went directly to the General Manager and told him what was happening. My managers have told me that they don’t want me to involve Human Resources, but I insisted. However, “managers” must “manage” people. And “letting managers manage” is one of them.

2010 141

Making Arbitration Work for You, Not Against You – “Sklover's.

Sklover Working Wisdom

At the conclusion, Jasmine won her $120,000, but it cost her $30,000 in legal fees and $75,000 in arbitrator fees, and it took almost three years. The award may allocate the arbitrator’s fees, but will not allocate attorneys’ fees; each party will be responsible for its own legal costs.

2010 130

Career Advice: When to Give Up on Finding Your Dream Career

Career Realism

That perfect, dream career is exchanged for a livable wage, a decent commute and stability. To say you should never give up on finding that dream career sounds a bit naïve. He felt he had “fallen” into his dream career and it was something he never expected.

2010 113

BNET Column: Forget the job hunt. Have a baby instead. | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

This is the most up-to-date career advice you’re going to get for dealing with a down-in-the-dumps job market. The problem is that grad school costs money, and in most cases, it does not make you more valuable in the workforce. I love your career advice.

2010 110

How You Can Increase Your Job Search Odds

Blue Sky Resumes

It’s a sad read – people who have worked hard and built successful careers suddenly finding themselves scrabbling for jobs with low hourly wages and unable to meet even their basic expenses.

2009 53

We overestimate the gap between nonprofit and for-profit jobs.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog We overestimate the gap between nonprofit and for-profit jobs Posted to: Finding a career | Fulfillment October 30th, 2009 Del.icio.us Paying way below a living wage is elitist—as if working in a nonprofit is a rich kids’ playground that your parents fund. So, here is a new way to think about careers in the non-profit sector: 1. So is prestige, career advancement, power, etc.

2009 86

How to manage a college education | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog How to manage a college education Posted to: College students January 21st, 2010 Del.icio.us It would be so great, and helpful, if college career centers could be front and center in every student’s planning. But most career centers are useless, because most colleges presume you still need college to teach you how to think critically. Career centers don’t understand social media.

2010 83

Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

So for Gen Y, going to a company that pays fair wages is like going to a company that hires people who aren’t white. We do assume any decent company pays fair wages, but we give a slight reward to companies that pay extra high wages to young workers. Many smaller employers may not offer the benefits of the big boys but can give you tremendous experience and responsibility right at the beginning of your career. There are 5 management positions: 5 men.

2009 69

How I decide to work on Rosh Hashannah | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog How I decide to work on Rosh Hashannah Posted to: Self-management | Time management September 9th, 2010 Del.icio.us When I came out five years ago, it cost me plenty.

2010 72

My miscarriage — on CNN, ABC and AOL | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

She has changed her name several times in her "career" Please do not consider anything she has to say about public and professional life as more than a sad, emotionally depraved, opportunist, who earns more money every time you give her more attention. 23 — replaced as CEO, given newly created position with no management responsibility Sept. In my opinion the costs outweigh the benefits. Is this your first time here?

2009 84

Martin Luther King Day Special: Racism is alive and kicking.

Penelope Trunk

And, people who manage their careers well end up paying more attention to a company’s reputation for caring about people and community than what any given job description is. One of the most important changes in work life is that we do not define our career by working for one company—we change jobs too frequently. Today, we define ourselves by the integrity with which we manage our career. Jessica Thompson Manager, U.S. Is this your first time here?

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