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Asking for a Raise
Often, the only way to get a raise is to ask for one. But before you waltz into the office and name your price, take time to prepare - there is an art to asking for a raise.
If the company is in a slump and your boss is under pressure to cut the department's budget, the odds are working against you. If times are good, so is your timing.
Step 2: Assess your performance
Step 3: Evaluate your company's economic
Step 4: Come up with a number
Step 5: Be confident and convincing
Step 6: Leave with information
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