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How to Deal/Lily Garcia: For more work, more pay?

豆瓣ing 2010-07-26
Sunday, July 25, 2010

Lily Garcia has advised companies on employment law and human resources for more than 10 years. This is adapted from a recent online discussion.

Q. I asked for a raise this morning based on my increased workload over the past two months. I have been given essentially two jobs, but I am still being paid for only one. I was told that I will get the same raise as everyone else in January. It amounts to a cost-of-living adjustment, essentially. Should I drop the issue now? Try again in a month? Continue to document the increased hours and increased requests for information and work that stem from my new responsibilities and try again later? To all employers out there: It is impossible to remain devoted to an organization and its mission when employees' work is discounted and increased responsibilities are not rewarded.

Lily Garcia: You have been doing additional work for only two months. I am not surprised that your employer would not award you a more sizable raise under the circumstances. Dr...
Sunday, July 25, 2010

Lily Garcia has advised companies on employment law and human resources for more than 10 years. This is adapted from a recent online discussion.

Q. I asked for a raise this morning based on my increased workload over the past two months. I have been given essentially two jobs, but I am still being paid for only one. I was told that I will get the same raise as everyone else in January. It amounts to a cost-of-living adjustment, essentially. Should I drop the issue now? Try again in a month? Continue to document the increased hours and increased requests for information and work that stem from my new responsibilities and try again later? To all employers out there: It is impossible to remain devoted to an organization and its mission when employees' work is discounted and increased responsibilities are not rewarded.

Lily Garcia: You have been doing additional work for only two months. I am not surprised that your employer would not award you a more sizable raise under the circumstances. Drop the issue for now. If your workload remains unchanged six months from now, then you should feel free to revisit the question. Remember that a raise compensates you not only for past performance, but also for what your job is expected to be in the future. If your employer does not anticipate keeping you as occupied as you are now, then it might not make sense to award you a permanent bump in pay. It might be more appropriate to compensate you with a bonus, for example, or additional time off.


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