The Peering Introvert comments:
A goal we all have as employees is to be compensated in a way that’s commensurate with the value we bring to our organization. In this sense, the relationship between employer and employee can be adversarial. The simplistic view of this relationship is roughly as follows. Businesses need to control costs, and salaries + benefits are expensive. Employees see their experience & skills growing, and expect to earn at a progressively higher rate over time as a result. Small businesses tend to adjust compensation packages as the need arises. Large businesses tend to have formal review processes that guarantee regular compensation review, although often limit the earning potential of high performers.
Ethan starts out 2014 with a simple call to action: figure out what you’re worth and get paid that much. Read on for his tips on how to do exactly that.
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