7 Tips On Increasing Your Chances Of Getting A Raise At Your Job

7 Tips On Increasing Your Chances Of Getting A Raise At Your Job

By: Stan Popovich

Many workers have a difficult time getting a raise at their place of employment. It can be frustrating to work very hard and never see an increase in your pay.

As a result, here are 7 tips on how to increase your chances of getting a raise at your job.

1. Know your company’s policy on raises: Find out your company’s stance on wage increases. Ask Human Resources on how you can increase your pay at your place of work. You could also ask the payroll person if your company does not have an HR department.

2. Come to work early or leave later: Make it a habit to come into your office before your boss does. When your supervisor comes into the office, make sure he sees you. If you decide to work late, make sure you tell your manager before he leaves for the day.

3. Volunteer: Always volunteer to take on new assignments. Let it be known in the office that you are the “go to person” when things need to be done. This will enhance your reputation with your coworkers and manager.

4. Help out your boss: Most of the time your manager is swamped with many responsibilities. Let your supervisor know that he can turn to you when he needs help. Make sure that he or she can depend on you for assistance.

5. Ask and watch your manager’s reaction: Once you establish a good reputation at work, you can casually ask about your raise situation. When you do this, watch your manager’s initial reaction. Get a feel on how your supervisor answers your questions and watch his facial expressions and tone of voice.

6. Do what is best for you: If nothing seems to work, then you need to determine if it is better to stay where you are at or go somewhere else. In either case, determine what works best for you and then follow through with your plan.

7. Be smart and don’t rush into anything: Money is not the only benefit of working at a company. Look at the big picture and determine what will make you happy regarding your career. Do not be quick on finding your ideal job based solely on your salary.

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