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During interview at my current job my boss have told me that, if my trial period (3 months long) will be fine, I'll get a further contract including a pay rise. During this trial I've proven my skills, ability to solve problems and developed good stuff, as my boss have mentioned.

I've received this new contract today just a few minutes before going home, and my boss have told me to check if everything there's ok, as he just used previous document (trial contract) to apply some changes on it. As I was in a hurry I've said that I'll check it at home. When I got home I've readen this contract and noticed that although every other parts are correct, the salary part hasn't changed. I've got some mixed feelings about that.

Assuming that my boss have forgotten about salary raise part, what should I do, and how should I act to get this raise as it was promised during my interview?

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Assuming that my boss have forgotten about salary raise part, what should I do, and how should I act to get this raise as it was promised during my interview?

Bring the contract with you to work tomorrow. Ask to talk with your boss. Point out that you were expecting the salary to be increased from what it was during your trial period.

Act as if it were a simple oversight that needs to be corrected. Then see where the conversation goes from there.

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  • Looks like a quite smart way to treat it like an oversight. I hope it'll work well – ArturS Oct 23 '18 at 19:57
  • Then they will probably tell you something about no room in the budget or will see at your review... be prepared for that – Rémi Oct 23 '18 at 20:21
  • I hope it won't happen – ArturS Oct 23 '18 at 20:34
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    @Joe Strazzere - worked like a charm :D – ArturS Oct 24 '18 at 9:23

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