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July 22, 2008

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And how do you get a raise when your employer has declared that there will be no raises this year?

Uri --

Have you done all the other steps/meet all the criteria? In particular, do you make a below average salary for your job and you're an excellent worker (and this can be documented/shown by examples)?

Uri - interview with a similar company and present their offer to your current employer and ask them to match. Just be prepared to walk if they don't.

wht to do if the raise is grouped i.e. the performance is grouped? in this case even if i'm doing my best, my increment tied down because of others.

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