If you feel as though you should be paid more for your work and want to do something about it, you have only two choices: ask for a raise or find another job that offers higher pay. Of course, if you enjoy the work you are currently doing, the easier option would be to ask for a raise. But how can you ensure you are asking in the right way? In this episode, Melissa will be sharing everything you need to know before setting up that meeting to ask for more pay.
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