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vishnu Dutt
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Dear All, If you want to know that how to ask your boss for increment, please go through the attachment. Regards:-D
From India, Delhi

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saransahidhya
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Hi, Everybody is taking this as a humour thing, but it will hurt somebody those who have experienced this. Cause i am the experienced one on this.
From India, Madras
samia qamar
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Arjun you should try to get an entry level job pertinent to your qualification if you are a fresh graduate and try to gain an experience of say 2 to 3 yrs. What you need to do is keep applying vigorously and when you receive calls for interview , you should make sure what is the actual factor that you want out of your job. Is it money, influential position, benefits, growth, relaxing hours of duty, positive environment or less stressful schedule? you should choose a job based on the most motivating factor of your personality but remember that passing through a job interview does not unleash the complete history of the organization. You might have a completely wrong impression and may face a number of difficulties afterwards. Secondly, employers do ask about the frequent turn over. Also, it indicates an unstable and inconsistent nature of the candidate. Decide and then take an appropriate action. All the best.
From Pakistan, Islamabad
saiworld_citehr
Mannn thtz good one ..but now jokes apart ... does some have reality stuff on how to ask for increment at this financial crisis scenario...........
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M.Peer Mohamed Sardhar
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The Posting should come under Humor/General Discussion/Day Life. Moderator look into the same...
From India, Coimbatore
mukundan thottekkat
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dear vishnu, good one. and do not send to your boss. regards,Dear All, If you want to know that how to ask your boss for increment, please go through the attachment. Regards:-D
From India, Ahmadabad
prabhakarssp
very good reply. Nice one regards sunil prabhakar:-D:-x:confused::cool: If you want to know that how to ask your boss for increment, please go through the attachment. Regards:-D

bhaskar.iyengar
this one is a gud fun......jokes apart, can there be any workable technique to ask increments to our boss ????
From India
atty_yatty
yeah i’m agree and enjoy reading this as it is one issue for most employees especially working in companies...,increment can’t be accepted but redundancy is on the move..,ahahah.
From Kiribati, Tarawa
arjun462
Thanks, but i have 2 year expriance in admin assistant.
QUOTE=samia qamar;924786]Arjun you should try to get an entry level job pertinent to your qualification if you are a fresh graduate and try to gain an experience of say 2 to 3 yrs. What you need to do is keep applying vigorously and when you receive calls for interview , you should make sure what is the actual factor that you want out of your job. Is it money, influential position, benefits, growth, relaxing hours of duty, positive environment or less stressful schedule? you should choose a job based on the most motivating factor of your personality but remember that passing through a job interview does not unleash the complete history of the organization. You might have a completely wrong impression and may face a number of difficulties afterwards. Secondly, employers do ask about the frequent turn over. Also, it indicates an unstable and inconsistent nature of the candidate. Decide and then take an appropriate action. All the best.[/QUOTE]

From India, Delhi
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