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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:35
  • eBook ISBN:9781618429780

How To Get The Pay Raise You've Earned

by Ramon Greenwood

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Overview
If you are not getting the pay raise you believe you have earned you will find the career advice in this new ebook helpful. Getting a raise in salary and perks is not an easy undertaking, especially in these difficult times, but the odds for success can be significantly increased by executing the strategic plan spelled out in “How To Get The Pay Raise You’ve Earned.” “How To Get The Pay Raise You’ve Earned” sets out comprehensive guidelines, underscored with specific actions, that will help you work your way through the sensitive issues surrounding the campaign to get the raise you deserve. It also provides career tips on how to avoid shooting yourself in the foot in the process. Case histories of how not to campaign for a raise are included. A successful campaign for a raise begins by recognizing the matter of your compensation is strictly a business proposition. You are not asking for a favor. You have a service to sell (your expertise and your time). Your employer is the buyer. To be successful you must make the case that increasing your pay package is a sound investment that will pay off for your employer. In other words, the goal is to convince him that you are worth the price. This timely e-book written by Ramon Greenwood is based on his wide-ranging career, including serving as senior vice president of American Express; a professional director of a number of companies; entrepreneur; author; and career counselor. He is currently The Career Coach at Common Sense At Work.
Description
If you are not getting the pay raise you believe you have earned you will find the career advice in this new ebook helpful. Getting a raise in salary and perks is not an easy undertaking, especially in these difficult times, but the odds for success can be significantly increased by executing the strategic plan spelled out in “How To Get The Pay Raise You’ve Earned.” “How To Get The Pay Raise You’ve Earned” sets out comprehensive guidelines, underscored with specific actions, that will help you work your way through the sensitive issues surrounding the campaign to get the raise you deserve. It also provides career tips on how to avoid shooting yourself in the foot in the process. Case histories of how not to campaign for a raise are included. A successful campaign for a raise begins by recognizing the matter of your compensation is strictly a business proposition. You are not asking for a favor. You have a service to sell (your expertise and your time). Your employer is the buyer. To be successful you must make the case that increasing your pay package is a sound investment that will pay off for your employer. In other words, the goal is to convince him that you are worth the price. This timely e-book written by Ramon Greenwood is based on his wide-ranging career, including serving as senior vice president of American Express; a professional director of a number of companies; entrepreneur; author; and career counselor. He is currently The Career Coach at Common Sense At Work.
About the author
Ramon Greenwood, author of “How To Get The Pay Raise You’ve Earned,” provides career advice from a wide-ranging career, including serving as Senior Vice President of American Express and a member of the board of directors of American Express Publishing Company. He has also held senior executive positions with other “Fortune 500” companies and in President Ford’s Administration. He has served as a co-founder and Chairman of Children On The Go, Inc.; a co-founder of YouCopia Products; and founder of Career Counselors, Inc., He is The Career Coach at Common Sense At Work. Greenwood has served as a member of the boards of directors of a major bank holding company, a chain of supermarkets and an advertising-public relations agency. In addition to authoring “How To Get The Pay Package You’ve Earned,” he is author of “How To Manage Your Boss,” “How To Land Your First Job and Make A Success Of It,” and “How To Make The World Of Work Work For You.” He is also co-author of “The Name Of The Game Is Life.” Greenwood produces a blog by which he provides free career advice for ambitious men and women.
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