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How to Get a Pay Rise By Ros Jay

How to Get a Pay Rise
by Ros Jay

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Would you like a pay rise? Here's how. This book is the smart thinkers' guide to getting a pay rise, promotion or whatever. It covers both preparation and lead-up strategies and the actual techniques for handling the who, when, where and how to getting what you want.
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How to Get a Pay Rise: ..or promotion, or extra perks, or whatever it is you want by Ros Jay

Would you like a pay rise? Here's how. Have you ever wondered how some people get bigger or more frequent pay rises than the rest of us? Simple. They know that there are two key elements to getting a pay rise, and they have mastred them both: *Be worth it *Know how to ask for it."How to Get a Pay Rise "is the smart thinker's guide to getting more money, a promotion or a new benefits and perks package. It will make sure you have a rock-solid case, you've covered all angles and you know how to handle the situation to get the right result. If you need to help your boss see the light - you need this book. Contents: Part 1 - How to be worth it Including: *How to assess your value *How to expand your skills *How to deal with people *How to be creative *How to generate success Part 2 - How to get what you want Including: *When should you ask? *Making your case *How to negotiate *Handling objections *How to create a job for yourself

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Evening Standard Review (11/9/01) ""an excellent handbook that helps you do just what it says""""from assessing your real value to exactly when to approach your boss, How to Get A Pay Rise gets to the nitty gritty of what you need to do to improve your financial worth and present your case""""the general message is powerful""""unravels the mystery of why it is other people get the pay rises"" Management Today review: Asking for a pay rise can be tricky. Alison Eadie enjoys a guide that is full of wage-boosting tips. ""...Americans do it better than the British. Men do it better than women. It is asking the boss for a pay rise and, according to this book, three out of four people have never done it. Such timidity seems extraordinary" "... In the imperfect world we live in, if you don't ask you don't get." "There is plenty of useful advice in Ros Jay's book, which is written in a clear and colloquial style. How to Get a Pay Rise covers not just how to ask for more money but how to position yourself in advance to increase your chances. " "The chapter on how to create a job for yourself is apposite. Organisations are constantly changing, so you can make your own opportunities for promotion rather than wait around for the next vacancy. Whether we find it hard or not, we have to know our worth and how to sell ourselves. Prevailing management theory tells us we are responsible for our own careers nowadays. It therefore follows that we are responsible for our own salaries. This book will help the timid and the squeamish (and the women and the Brits) fight their corner."" "- Alison Eadie, Daily Telegraph in Management Today 30/07/2001-" "" ""The best business books" "For those of us who have yet to experience the happy side effects of salary inflation, the Daily Telegraph's Alison Edie reviews 'How to get a payrise' by Ros Jay on this month's books pages."" "- Management Today's e-mail newsletter -" ""

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How to Get a Pay Rise: ..or promotion, or extra perks, or whatever it is you want by Ros Jay
Ros Jay
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