On a recent post about whether employees should have to ask for a raise, I was concerned by how many commenters said they’d never asked for one. Unless every company you work for is great about regularly revisiting your salary and ensuring that it reflects market rate for your work and the level of your contributions in your role, you should be asking for raises over the course of your career. Here’s a guide to how to do it.
1. Don’t passively wait for your employer to offer you a raise.