Davies, Anna
April 2008
Redbook;Apr2008, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p116
The article provides tips on how to get the deserve salary. Ask colleagues and other people in the department what the standard procedure usually is for evaluations and raises. Keep a running list of accomplishments and contributions, and log on to websites like monster.com and salarydirectory.com. Figure out what the ideal raise would be--then tack on a few percentage points.


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