Talking With an Employee About a Raise — 5 Useful Practices

1. Have regular conversations with employees

2. Assess the employee’s potential and the cost of their departure

  • what role does the person play in the organization,
  • how they perform their duties,
  • what is their approach to their work,
  • how they cooperate with others and how they get along with co-workers,
  • how important is its position from the perspective of the development and functioning of the entire organization.

3. Ask the employee about the reason for the raise request

  • what made them come forward with such an inquiry,
  • what success have they had recently at work,
  • what has changed at their position,
  • what are their ideas for the development of the enterprise,
  • how they would like to develop their role in the company.

4. Consider other ways to reward employees

5. Define clear criteria for awarding raises and prizes

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Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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Aga Babicz

Aga Babicz

Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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