Loyalty or job position: What decides my salary?
Hi Jane! I have decided to approach you with my query as I have nobody else to discuss this with bec au sei believe that my issue might
offend the HR of my company. I will give you a brief idea that it concerns my salary structure and I have often heard that bringing up this issue with your employer or your manager is considered rude and I don’t want to do anything that will jeopardize my impression in the workplace.
I have dedicated more than seven years of my life to the company I am currently working for and am always praised for my ideal employee behavior and unwavering efforts. Even though such kind words flatterme, I feel that I am not appreciated in terms of appraisal for my efforts. After spending such a long portion of my career over here, I have reached a respectable position but not one I can boast about. If my company would hire someone new for my position, they would need to pay at least 30 percent more than my current salary. The reason behind my comparatively low pay is that I have been given regular increments over the years but never a significant pay hike. due to this, if eel th a ti am not valued enough at the workplace. It seems that my loyalty for the organization is taken for granted. This has demotivated me to a great extent because of which I dread to go to work. After spending so much time at one place, I don’t feel like venturing for a new job nor am I happy over here. I don’t know what to do.