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Nothing. Keep in mind, you don't even need to bring another currency into the picture to see this in action - it's what inflation is. If you have $100 on your paycheck... that $100 isn't worth the same the following year. What that $100 might be able to buy you now is more than it will a year from now. Or 5 years from now. So imagine you're working for ...


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If your contract states that you receive $1000 in US, then that is what you are paid. If the exchange rate at the time you signed meant you received £1200 in your bank account then that is fine. If the exchange rate has changed and you only get £800 in your bank account while still being paid $1000 then that is not any fault of your employer... Have a ...


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Isn't what you're asking for, essentially, a pay increase? The company won't care about the reasons of why you need more money. Commuting costs, rent... those aren't included in a standard employment contract. If you want more, you need to have a good justification, e.g. you're doing really well at your job, you did something in particular worth of a pay ...


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It sounds like you need to get a list of all benefits from your workplace. Then you would need to apply for the benefits that are suitable for you. Note that it's not very likely they will give you a special allowance for anything, it's more likely that they would just bump your salary instead. They may be able to tweak an existing benefit to make it ...


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