Getting A Raise – How Business Justifications Dramatically Improve Your Odds (The comprehensive guide for getting more money)

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Yes, it pays to ask because a surprising 70% of those that asked received some form of a raise. However, only 39% got their full requested amount. It also makes sense to ensure that your argument focuses on business justifications, which are much superior to emotional arguments. Because they provide your manager with the only type of argument that can be successfully used to convince their higher-ups who approve their recommendation for your raise, so completely avoid the hard-to-justify arguments that many use. Like “it’s been a long time” or that you “need the money.” 

For example, if companies

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