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3 Steps to Getting That BIG Raise at Work

Dumb Little Man

In most instances, this will come in the form of raises to your salary. In this article, we’ll discuss how to craft a compelling ASK which you can use to maximize your salary increase. This past year I used these techniques to increase my base salary by 10%! See Also: How Social Niceties Can Ruin Your Chances Of Getting A Promotion At Work. Learning the soft skills taught in this classic book will surely be of benefit to you in many life and work situations.

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What Is Passive Income?

The Solopreneur Life

It can give you a “salary” that releases you from having to work for every penny. If you’re a freelancer, for example, you can focus more time on marketing, growing your skill set, and nurturing relationships, rather than just working.

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What Is Passive Income?

The Solopreneur Life

It can give you a “salary” that releases you from having to work for every penny. If you’re a freelancer, for example, you can focus more time on marketing, growing your skill set, and nurturing relationships, rather than just working.

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Experience vs. a university degree part two

Practically Perfect PA

Yes, I have taken job-specific software classes, classes to learn organizational and people skills, and took computer certification classes which I was not aware I needed coming right out of high school. Again, these are skills I was able to cultivate on the job.

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The Administrative EFX by Debbie Gross

Office Dynamics

In those days I was an office manager with 3 people reporting to me and my salary was growing at less than 3% per year. As an office manager, I was already providing support to our VP of sales, doing project management, customer service all the while keeping an office running smoothly and giving guidance and mentorship to those reporting to me in supporting our organization. Guest Blog entry provided by Debbie Gross, Chief Executive Assistant to John Chamber, Cisco Systems.

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The Administrative EFX by Debbie Gross

Office Dynamics

In those days I was an office manager with 3 people reporting to me and my salary was growing at less than 3% per year. As an office manager, I was already providing support to our VP of sales, doing project management, customer service all the while keeping an office running smoothly and giving guidance and mentorship to those reporting to me in supporting our organization. Guest Blog entry provided by Debbie Gross, Chief Executive Assistant to John Chamber, Cisco Systems.

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