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How to Handle It When Your Colleagues Earn More Than You

moneyUnfortunately, we’ve seen this all too often. You work side by side with colleagues only to discover you’re doing the same exact work and they’re getting paid a lot more.

What gives?

According to a piece in The New York Post, the best way to ask for a raise is to make your boss feel like “you are worth every dollar.” Read more

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How to Handle Awkward Situations at the Office

presentsWe’re in a holiday spirit here at MediaJobsDaily!

Sure, Thanksgiving may be two weeks away but that doesn’t mean we’re not thinking about time off. And holiday parties. And gifts for the boss and cards for the colleagues. Le sigh.

Not only will this impact the wallet, it’s almost inevitable that group gifts and awkward situations will emerge. Our friends at AOL Jobs outlined a few ways to handle them. Read more

How to Ask For a Raise

Let’s face it. When you work hard, as in really hard to exceed expectations and always meet deadlines, a great work environment is helpful but so is getting paid what you’re worth.

If you want to ask for an increase in base compensation, be tactful. First, write down tangible reasons why you deserve a raise. Simply stated, it’s not advisable to just go into your boss’ office and demand to be shown the money.

In today’s New York Post, Gregory Giangrande, chief HR officer at Time, Inc., indicates, “Write down the objective business reasons why you feel you deserve a raise — which could include how you consistently perform at a high level, generate revenue, etc.” Read more