How to Ask for a Raise in a Letter?


If you think that you are qualified for a raise you should write a letter requesting one. Don't demand a raise, simply ask politely and explain that you have been working for such and such time. Kindly state that you would like a certain percent added as a raise.
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Always a sticky subject! But of course asking for pay raise has to begin with a plan. A good strategic plan will be the key to succeed in any form of negotiation. With a well, executable
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