Asking For A Raise

Hirasaki, Parrish
June 2000
SWE Magazine;Jun2000, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p148
The article offers views on the right of an employee to ask for an increase in his salary. According to the author, an employee has many things to consider when asking for a raise, particularly his value to the company. However, most companies have traditions about raises that they present to the employees as ironclad rules.


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