A good lap dance changes a Boss's mind.
You should approach your employer .... But be prepared with an actual list of reasons why you truly deserve a raise, not just a desire for more money.
If you are worth a raise, just ask.
My girlfriend has a CPA and worked for Ernest and Young for 4 years, hardly the boss of society. More like 60-80 hour work weeks for a mere 80k or so. At some point it goes up to 120 hours. Slavery I'd call it! And it's not exciting work either from what I gather.
My very first job was as a "Painter" working with my best friend in his family's business . . . That didn't last too long though.
I was then a Dishwasher/Busboy for a few years. I absolutely LOVED it . . . There is nothing like your first real independent thing where you earn your own … Read more
Silly and unefective.
My first job was at McDonald's, I was 16 and it was a lot of fun.
My first and only job lasted 321/2 years at the telephone company.
My first real job was a working in a shoe store, fitting and selling shoes. I didn't even make it through the first day. After handling a few sweaty and stinky feet, I quit.
My first job was in a medical office. I loved the back office work. I loved my patients. But the doctor and other co workers were horrible. Very abusive. I should have sued them but instead I cowered in a fetal position and quit. I never went back to that line of work.
Aside from babysitting, my first job was as a bank secretary at the age of 17 .... Started two weeks after high school graduation in 1965. I felt good about it, even taking the bus downtown every morning. I could finally contribute to the expenses at home and buy my mom a few nice things … Read more
My first job when i was 16 was being a waiter.. It was very stressy for me cuz I looked like I was 13 years old.. And it was at the coast in the season so it was very busy. Lot's of stress, but I learned to adapt and it gave me life experience for … Read more
My first job was at a grocery store, I was mainly a grocery bagger and would bring carts in as directed. I felt comfortable and confident. It wasn’t a difficult job and I had no reason to be worried.
No war has ever been prevented by an accountant saying "But we don't have the money to pay for it".
I am convinced they have morally compromising pictures of the boss . . . They HAVE TO . . . Why else would they still be employed?
Brown nose and kissin a$$
Brown nosing ...I believe.
I have an answer..... But I have to message it to you! Lol!