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When someone on your team asks for a raise (assuming they're deserving), but you don't have the budget to increase their pay, can you give someone a promotion to keep up their morale?
Just saying "no" to a pay raise or lying to them and saying it could happen in a few months will likely not end well. Instead, redirect the conversation toward the real cause. If you can fix that, you will have a greater impact.
How to deal with one of your team members feeling undercompensated but giving them a pay increase is not an option.
A business or corporation is made up of people. When only 20% of the people who make up the organization are fully engaged in their particular job in that organisation, most of the potential is left untapped. How to bring out this potential becomes a very important question.
Just as a professional athlete has a recognised physical talent or a natural aptitude to be strong in some area of physical performance, so does an individual have natural aptitudes or talents inherent to his or her particular personality type. These natural aptitudes need to be recognised and employed in the person’s work.
Turn about is fair play when it comes to ghosting in the hiring process.
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