Manager asked me to reconsider my resignation and he sounded quite convincing, should I listen to him?
Unless he presented a written offer, that included the increased salary you should not be convinced of anything other than "business as usual". Any manager that has the desire and means to give you what he has "promised" would have already done so. ...
Other answers are generally correct in the advice of getting any promises in writing, but are glossing over a really important fact for your situation: You resigned without having another job lined up.
That really puts you in a tough situation that is going to be difficult to remedy. While you can't trust any promise of a raise or more responsibility by ...
I am reading your other question and I believe you currently do not have a job lined up. So your hypothetical pay bump is only that, an assumption that may not materialize anytime soon.
I think you should not have quit and instead stayed on board without having said anything at all. During this time you look for a job that lines up with what you expect. ...
You are willing to leave your job for a 40% raise, and your boss is giving you unsubstantiated promises about the possibility of a raise and wants you to talk to the CTO. Sounds like your boss has no leverage and is desperately wanting to keep you around, but has nothing to offer.
If a valued employee of mine was leaving, I would come to him with paperwork ...
According to him I could get a 40-50% hike in my next job, but he
asked me to an analysis and see if that is what I want. According to
me the current organization cannot give me that hike, the next
appraisal cycle is in May. He says that I am sincere and it should pay
off in the current organization.
If it were a 10% hike, I could see the ...
That offer is worth the paper he printed it on... If he was serious then it would have been on paper.
He is already delaying a raise until May.. And when you get to May the next excuse will be “the current economic situation” or “a customer downturn”.
Look for the next post and good luck.