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    5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

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    5 Salary Secrets Your Company Won't Tell You


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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    4. Your manager probably has little influence over your salary.
    Decisions about salary increases for all employees at a company are often made at a high level of management. So, even if you follow all the tips above, your manager may have minimal control over your raise. Case in point: Mazin recently worked with a nonprofit organization whose board decided to give every employee the exact same raise.
    There's not a lot you can do in this situation, but if it leaves you feeling dissatisfied or taken for granted, it may be time to look for a new job.





    That one is false. They are probably the only ones who have much control over it. I have to go in and fight for my employees raises, so your manager is the one you want on your side.


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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    4. Your manager probably has little influence over your salary.
    Decisions about salary increases for all employees at a company are often made at a high level of management. So, even if you follow all the tips above, your manager may have minimal control over your raise. Case in point: Mazin recently worked with a nonprofit organization whose board decided to give every employee the exact same raise.
    There's not a lot you can do in this situation, but if it leaves you feeling dissatisfied or taken for granted, it may be time to look for a new job.





    That one is false. They are probably the only ones who have much control over it. I have to go in and fight for my employees raises, so your manager is the one you want on your side.
    I manage four people, and at annual review time I'm given a fixed percentage for raises (say 10% for example) and I can decide how to distribute that percentage, but I have absolutely no control over what that total percentage is. The only exception is if we give someone a promotion in the middle of the year, then I can negotiate a raise to an extent.



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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    I'm gonna try number 5 this afternoon and get back to you.

    5. Threatening to quit can result in a big wage increase (but it's risky).



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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    lol... good luck



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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    Hope you do not work for Donald Trump, because I know what he will say. "Your Fired!"

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclones_R_GR8 View Post
    I'm gonna try number 5 this afternoon and get back to you.

    5. Threatening to quit can result in a big wage increase (but it's risky).



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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    I have very little say over the wage of the 15 employee I supervise, but I'm sure that if I didn't fight for improved wages we would all be making minimum wage.

    I have to agree with brianhos. Managers don't normally set the wages, but they can lobby for you.



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    Re: 5 salary secrets your company won't tell you

    I cant get an employee any more but I can kill the raise altogether. In any case, you want to get along with your manager!


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