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Can you get fired for asking for a raise?

Goldman Sachs PataGucci
Dec 17, 2018

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  • Splunk bwpanke
    Yes, you can get fired for sneezing.
    Dec 17, 20180
  • No. They just say no and make you feel really bad.
    Dec 17, 20181
    • Intel napalm
      And you end up quitting anyway, so yes you get fired
      Dec 18, 2018
  • Microsoft TradeWar
    Do it in a nice way and back your case up with solid data on achievements or proof that you’re underplayed.
    Dec 18, 20182
    • Goldman Sachs PataGucci
      OP
      Increase TC or GTFO?
      Dec 18, 2018
    • Qualcomm ic-rf
      pay me biatch!
      Dec 18, 2018
  • New nfs
    No, unless you do it in a terrible way or make your employer feel like you will quit otherwise.
    But in general you can meet with your manager and politely say, I've been doing x, y and z that had impact a, b and c, and I would appreciate if you will consider increasing my salary.
    You should probably mention an amount so they will have a ballpark of your expectations.
    If they way no, you thank them for looking into it and consider your. Next steps.
    Dec 18, 20181
    • New nfs
      Are you actually trolling people who answer your questions?
      Dec 18, 2018
  • New OOBDC
    No. NLRA makes it illegal. Employment lawyers live to fuck with wmployers about violations to section 7 of the NLRA.
    Jan 80
  • Amazon Fractured
    At most companies, employment is “at will” which means with employee or employer can terminate employment whenever they want. In short, yes.
    Dec 18, 20180
  • Drive.ai catcoo
    It's unlikely you will be fired. But you may create an awkward situation if your request gets denied. And your manager will likely deduce that you will be searching for jobs elsewhere if the request gets denied, which in turn can result in you being sidelined. But even that is probably not particularly likely.
    Dec 18, 20180
  • Google oh really?
    If they fire you for asking.. they would have fired you even for not asking
    Dec 18, 20180
  • Clover Health doenfh
    They can fire you for any reason, depending on the state/country. But it's unlikely they would for this.
    Dec 18, 20180

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