Your heart’s beating faster as you walk into your boss’s office. You’re here to ask for a raise.
This is the big one: the one where you ask for an extra 10, 15, or even 20% more in salary… the big promotion.
If you entered the workforce after 2008, your entire professional life has been in the shadow of the Great Recession.
Question: What is your No. 1 tip for asking for a raise from your boss? Question by: Cormac J. Ask…Don’t Beg! “Your boss doesn’t care that your commuting costs went up, that you’re supporting another child, or that your spouse lost her job. Don’t lead with why you need more money. Instead, make a case for how you’ve helped your company become even more profitable. Sure, you may need the money. But make it clear that you also deserve it.” – Steph Auteri | career coach, writer, and editor, Word Nerd Pro Make a Commitment “In addition to showing that