meat0918: rumpelstiltskin: If you're a responsible adult and don't spend more than about 20% of your income on goods and services for consumption, then inflation and the CPI really shouldn't have much to do with your annual salary discussions./30% if you're temporarily distressed.Did you really just say that if you don't spend your money, you don't need a raise?
HotWingConspiracy: sendtodave: TheSelphie: I'm out if my boss doesn't give me a substantial raise after starting my pay under market and then giving me the standard, everyone gets it 2% increases after two years. She knows this and I'm pretty much essential as far as she's concerned, but it's been a week since the discussion and I haven't heard anything. When do I put up a racket, assuming I don't get a hard job offer from another company by then (I have a few prospects)?Are you doing more than you were before to justify the pay increase?Good.Are you doing about the same amount of work as you were the previous year? Then you should get paid the same as the previous year.What, you think your labor is magically worth more or something?LOL, this clown thinks working more means something.
sendtodave: Are you doing more than you were before to justify the pay increase?Good.Are you doing about the same amount of work as you were the previous year? Then you should get paid the same as the previous year.What, you think your labor is magically worth more or something?
Marcus Aurelius: Wages must be based only on productivity.So the CEO is only going to get paid 10 times as much as a secretary?They're not going to like that.
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