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You wouldn't know unless you ask! The one thing that I understood after working for so many years in this industry is that it's always better to ask what you need, especially when asking for more money. I have changed jobs thinking that the new job will give me more money than the current company is ready to pay me and every single time I have been given a ...


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You really are faced with a choice. You've been given a raise which we can agree amounts to a token raise. You've also been given that raise when a large number of people were let go. The company has given you a gesture of good faith and confidence. You feel you can get more money elsewhere. The question is: is money the only thing that motivates you? I ...


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One month later COVID-19 hit, and we were all remote. No 1-on-1 meetings, no chats, or follow ups. Being remote does not mean your meetings with your manager should stop. If you previously had scheduled 1:1 meetings, these should be continuing. If you didn't have scheduled meetings but were promised an individual meeting, follow up and try to get this ...


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thank you everyone for the great feedback. I wanted to keep everyone updated, I received a $0.75 raise. It is not the $2.00 raise I wanted, but I am happy. ..I admittedly had attendance issues, and I can learn a bit more about problem solving on the job., $0.75 feels fair, and I think I can fix attendance issues for my 1 year review. Thanks everyone


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