Questions relating to the monetary compensation received for completing tasks and projects.

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How much hike can I expect while applying to a company? [on hold]

I am having 7 years of analytics data science experience working two reputed companies and passed out from a tier-1 college in India. I did not make too many jumps in my career progression. How much ...
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What is hourly pay rate for senior Java software engineer or architect in Italy? [on hold]

What is hourly rate for a senior contract software engineer or architect in Italy? How does Italy compare in terms of rates to other european countries?
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Asking if I'll be paid for an extension to an internship contract

I would like to ask about the professional, polite, and conservative way of making sure that my rights are preserved in my current situation. I've been doing a paid internship over the summer that is ...
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Does any accumulated leave still attract penalty rates if paid out on termination?

When I was working I took only 5 days leave out of the 3 years I worked (1 day a year for when I got my flu injection and 2 days off one year to expand my Christmas holiday). When I was made Redundant ...
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Salary Tax/Income Tax [on hold]

I know tax is related to country rules but my case is more general than technical. Background I have my first job since 1 year and I haven't worked on any other organization before so I didn't have ...
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Pay rise at current role after new employer matched salary - should I ask for it to be matched again?

I've just recently signed my contract for my new position. The new position is with a government agency (UK) and works on a specified salary banding system. My current pay is higher than the lowest ...
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Can an employer cut an employee's pay on a whim? [on hold]

Is it ever appropriate for an employer to force an employee to take a pay cut for performance-related reasons in a technical field, even if the employer relies on subjective evaluations and refuses to ...
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working extra hours and pay [on hold]

It's my belief that if a person is at working, doing work, they should get paid for it. What's the appropriate response when someone suggests that you should stay at work longer to finish a problem? I ...
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Can I ask for higher salary if I work remotely in a more expensive location than where the company is located? [duplicate]

If a company is located in a location where the cost of living is fairly low, is it fair to ask for a salary increase based on the fact I will be working from a significantly more expensive location? ...
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Appropriate to ask for rough salary figures from recruiter?

This question is similar but deals with startups. This is a established mid-sized company. Today I received my first ping from a company on StackOverflow Careers. A tech company recruiter near to ...
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Can my employer demand that I show up to work 15 minutes before my shift but not pay me for that time?

A few weeks ago I was working as a tutor for a major chain in the Chicago suburbs and was paid hourly. Usually my shifts were just a few hours, say from 4 to 7. I'd show up 5 minutes early or so just ...
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Chain pharmacy won't count all hours worked [closed]

This isn't me but my girlfriend, let's call her Karen. Karen was recently hired as a pharmacist by big chain pharmacy as a floater, in Florida, USA. A floating pharmacist is an employee (not ...
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Salary related question [duplicate]

I am submitting my CV on line to a prospective employer and on the form are two questions based on salary: one is my salary at my last place of employment and the other is my expected gross salary. ...
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How to proceed when my manager won't give me an update on my promised raise?

I've got senior title at engineering field at my current (startup) company, where I've worked for almost one and half year. And then I promised by managers that my salary will be increased after 3 ...
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Negotiating a Counter Offer

In the last round of my interview, the hiring manager asked me what my desired salary range was. I indicated 85-95k, which seemed reasonable based on preliminary research, plus I didn't want to price ...
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Can my employer hold my paycheck if I don't come in off the clock for a meeting? [closed]

My employer refuses to give me my paycheck unless I come in off the clock for a meeting. He says he has a couple of questions. I've tried to talk to him on the phone, but he refuses.
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Savings on tax money as married? [migrated]

As I am on normal wage in which I don't have any saving and it's my first job in UK, and as a foreign I don't know much about rules but, I heard somewhere that I can talk to my HR manager to cut me ...
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Taking the position of a far better paid colleague moving to another post

I'm a newly hired in a big French high-tech company, as a software developer. It's been almost a year now and everything is fine so far. I've recently finished a project and got moved by my manager to ...
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I don't want to answer “What's your current salary?” question from extremely pushy potential employers [duplicate]

How do folks avoid the question, "What is your current salary?" Or do they? I work as a software engineer in California and am currently looking for positions. This time around, I've noticed that ...
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Employer wants work-loving employees, and not paycheck-loving employees [closed]

During previous salary negotiations, I've heard that my employers will often use the following argument: We want our employees to work here because they love the work, and not because they love ...
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New Job Pay Schedule [closed]

I recently got a new job at a small company and earn a salary rate. They pay on the 15th and 30th of each month however the HR employee explained to me that although the pay week ends on the 15th and ...
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Salary negotiation: blown away by their opening offer, but don't want to leave anything on the table [closed]

I recently received an offer from a major tech company for a job in Seattle. I have about ten years' experience in the industry and have experience with their unusual tech stack. Their opening bid: ...
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What do I do when I lose an undeposited paycheck?

I accidentally misplaced a paycheck that I hadn't deposited yet. What do I do from here?
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Should you negotiate your starting salary on your first job out of school?

I was recently offered a position as a software engineer in a company in the NYC area. The salary they are offering is good, but I've heard others online say that You should always negotiate your ...
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Is salaried income based on hours at all?

I just got my first salaried position, working as an iOS Developer in California. Previously, I had only ever been a contract worker getting paid by the hour, so I'm trying to wrap my head around ...
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Should I tell HR my last salary [duplicate]

My previous employer declared bankruptcy and was closed. My salary in this company was very high as I was holding a top management position (Chief Technology Officer). I have passed all technical ...
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Is it wise to release your current income if what you expected is twice as high as your current salary?

So here is the thing. My close one feels he is extremely underpaid. IT professional with 2 years of experience got paid around 46K. So he decided to see the market. After his research he found for his ...
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Is it wise to sign such agreement that will allow company to extract all information about you prior or current work? [closed]

I heard one of my close one has passed two phone interview and now getting ready for a face-to-face interview. However, they now sent him the applicant application to fill out that has a clause in the ...
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Negotiate the relocation bonus after verbally accepting the offer

This is similar to questions in here and here. I have verbally accepted the offer, my next step is to formally sign the offer online. Though I know it's unprofessional to renegotiate after verbal ...
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How do future employers see recently promoted candidates applying for new jobs?

A friend of mine was recently promoted from software developer to senior software developer position. However, due to his salary increase was below his expectation, he started to think about looking ...
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Negotiation on counter offer [closed]

I have got an good offer from an organization so I resigned, but now my current employer is giving me a counter offer with similar raise but after 2 months and an onsite opportunity which is not there ...
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Acceptable percentage for Promotion Within [closed]

What would be an acceptable percentage increase to expect for a new position within a company? I recently applied, interviewed and was offered a new position within my company. I want to be sure the ...
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When hiring a contractor for a gig, how to figure out what to pay them?

I hired a contractor for a very-short term programming gig. But he claimed that he took extra time in doing it. And wanted a bonus. When it came time to pay, I got an email reading : Can you ...
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Salary negotiation dilemma between established company and start up [closed]

So in past weeks there have been salary negotiations going back and forth between me and 2 companies Company A(Promising Startup). Company B(An Established Company.) A little background: ...
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How to get around the “there's no money in the budget” excuse when asking for a raise?

Some background: My company does annual bonuses/raises around the March timeframe. I got hired in August of last year, so at 7 months I didn't feel comfortable enough asking for a raise. I just had ...
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Salary Negotiation Etiquette

I'm a software developer working for a Small Company (SC). I have worked with them for four years, and they are my only professional development experience. A recruiter for Big Company (BC) invited ...
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Total potential earnings have been reduced, how to deal with?

I've just had my annual salary review, which has caused my remuneration to change. My base salary has gone up. My potential bonus has shifted from 20%, to 8% minimum (Although it's not really a ...
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What's the best way to put myself in position for a promotion [duplicate]

Let me start by saying, I know working hard and doing good work is key. But let me explain my situation. I'm a go-getter. I'm the type that is happy to take on new tasks, learn new duties, take risks ...
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What are the common salary raises factors in German software companies? [closed]

I will start my first job as a software developer in a German company soon. Since I've never had a job before, I don't know much how salaries are increased if an increase is going to happen. I'm ...
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One of my colleagues has left work. Should I ask for a raise since I'll take over his work? [duplicate]

I work in a small IT business (15-20 people) as a team leader. My last pay review was 6 months ago; it’s now the start of the new financial year. One of my team members has not continued on with his ...
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Am I being underpaid? [closed]

I work for a big IT Multinational company, which has branches in many countries. My company, let's call it Cat "sold" me to another big company which we shall call Dog as a network consultant. When ...
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Should I go against manager's (safe) advice in salary negotiation?

In initial talks about a job, the office manager told me that they thought a fair salary range was between x and y - let's say "$50-55k". The higher number was $10k below the expected range I gave ...
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How can I continue negotiating a pay raise when my boss leaves the company?

My initial boss left and we had discussed me getting a raise in a years time. He is gone now I have to let my new boss know what was discussed. The raise we talked about was substantial, and if I ...
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Misunderstanding during phone interview; how to negotiate pay

Three days ago I was called by a company recruiter. I had applied at many jobs and did not know specifically which company was calling me and for which task. He first asked if I was still looking ...
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Student employee - asking for a raise

There is a similar question here that asks about how to proposition a raise. However, I don't believe my question is a duplicate specifically because I'm working as a student employee at a university, ...
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Time sheets signed the day ahead

Is it fraud for my supervisor to ask me to sign my time sheet a day ahead so she could send it in on the day they are supposed to be submitted to the pay office?
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I do the work of someone who had 15 years experience for salary that equates to 12.5/hour [duplicate]

I manage our production team of 5 and about 1/3 of the company's purchasing. The majority of our company, which has about 60 people in all, makes the money we do from what we output from production. ...
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deductions from final paycheck

I just recently left a full-time job to pursue other interests. The split was amicable and I fulfilled my two week's notice (actually, it was closer to a three week's notice). My final paycheck ended ...
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How can I justify a request for a 25% raise this year, if I got a 33% raise last year?

I got a nice 33% raise last year ( my salary wasn't that high ). Since then, I've taken up very important responsibilities for the company, and basically am no longer a dev. I founded a branch ...
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How to measure a Technical Manager's contribution against Key Performance Indicators?

I work at a growing startup. My position is close to being Chief Technology Officer (CTO); I manage admins, developers (sometimes I develop as well), designers, I resolve technical issues, do some web ...