You probably know that the company does not want their employees to talk about their salaries. You also know that someone in your company can have the same title and the amount of responsibility ... and get paid more. If that frustrates you, I have three questions for you today: Do you want a raise? Did you think about asking for a raise? If you ask for a raise, you get it? Now that the three questions out of the way, forget it. Instead, think think the real question at hand: Why your boss should give you a raise? "You've got to be kidding me!" You can imagine. "I have not experienced an increase in two years. I've taken more responsibility and doing excellent work. It is only fair. "Okay, let's go with it.
Put yourself in the position of your boss for a minute or two, and see how credible pretext for you.Do you know what I mean? To get a raise, you have to get out of your head and into the minds of those who have the power to give you what you want.The truth is, whatever you think your company should pay, not really. You do not choose who your salary. Honor belongs to your boss (or someone in it). If you want a raise, you have to think from that perspective, and people who can throw more money at you without reason.You either direction may actually be worth more when you pay. But unless you are able to influence decision-makers, will not change.
Your costs will ultimately be determined by someone other than you. Are the people in charge really know what you are doing and how well you do it? How do you know that they know? For every ten employees believe that they deserve a raise,'re basically just talk to the boss opinion of their performance. What about you? What are you worth, know it, and how do you know they know it? Once you can answer these questions, you are getting closer to getting your raise.What happens next is up to you. What are you waiting for - to communicate your value to your boss and help him to see how it is in their best interest to give you help it.