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Friday, October 29, 2010

How to Get the Lowest Raise Possible

For many companies, it’s time for managers to be determining year end increases for their employees. I know this is a dreaded time of year for people like you, because you have so much money you can’t spend all of it now, and what on earth would you do with a big raise?

Sigh. Life can be so difficult, can’t it?

How to Get the Lowest Raise Possible


Hope said...

If I was to receive a big raise, I would save money in order for me to go back to school to further my education in the nursing profession. I really have ambitions to return to school and advance my education. A big raise would really help to advance my funds for school.

Anonymous said...

If companies started beheading employees, evilhrlady would still find a way to defend them. She would say, "they just helped you lose 15 lbs and all you can do is complain???"

Payroll Management Service said...

Some people don't have a sense of humor.

I like the article and will try these steps. I guess if I fail they will just keeping throwing money at me.

Suzanne Lucas said...

Anon--you're right. Beheading is a good way to lose weight! And it cures those sugar cravings.

Payroll Management Services, I agree. Some people are not interested in humor. Oh well.

Anonymous said...

Inapplicable to my job in a unionized environment, where everyone gets the same raise regardless of performance.

Byron J. said...

Seems like a good way to get those that actually need the money what they are due. These strategies are a must try for the big wigs that are set in the financial department so they should put them into practice asap!