Basically i started working at a call center as a sales rep, 4 months later a position opened up and I took it, because I knew I had the skills to go along with it. Sales was always just for self-improvement for me.
Now when I last discussed the salary they told me they've been looking for a guy who had my background for an year and a half, since this background is in short supply in my country. This position is constantly getting a replacement. So they wanted to check me out first so we agreed that a slightly higher salary than the average I had as a rep would be reasonable for the beginning, but if I can do the job, that's going to change.
Now a month has passed and considering I'm getting a pat on my back for the good job every day and they've built a whole new system around the work I've done, I would say it's going pretty well.
This new system entails a higher salary for the reps, almost double, potentially triple. Now when we first discussed the salary we said we'd take a look at mine after 3 months and the level it was at when I left the rep position, my salary was always above average of the floor.
I'm not making money I could be making, its kinda hard to swallow the reality (cause you know...arrogance) that I am getting paid less than the reps but I have 50 times the responsibility and accountability. I also know they don't have a replacement for me, or it would take too much time and effort to find one. I also know that they gave me this job hoping I would stay for at least 2 years. Am I wrong to feel entitled to a bump? and if not, how am I supposed to approach this, cause laying it out like this is probably not a good idea, that would corner them.
Oh gurus from other workplaces answer my predicament