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‘It’s tough on the market for employers and staff’: Promoted worker denied increase due to firm's constructing hire, his spouse suspects lies – FAIL Weblog


It's outstanding to see the reasons employers will provide you with to keep away from correctly compensating their staff. Attempting to stage with employees by claiming that “it is tough on the market” for everybody is nearly a refusal to acknowledge the truth that there's nonetheless very a lot a hierarchical construction in place. After all, it is fairly arduous to dispose of that construction. In some methods, it's what it's. Nevertheless, pretending that everybody equally has it tough is just unfaithful. 


This worker had been working at his firm for nearly 4 years with none increase. He was just lately promoted to a “greater up administration” place and nonetheless did not obtain even the slightest bump in compensation. His spouse shared the story through this thread on Reddit, and commenced to suspect that her husband's bosses have been mendacity about their “massive motive.” That massive motive was that they could not supply staff raises at the moment as a result of the hire for his or her workplace constructing goes up $100,000 a yr. To begin with, if the workplace hire is so astronomical, getting a less expensive workplace location is at all times an possibility. Transitioning to extra distant work and getting much less workplace area is one other legitimate possibility. All of those would enable employers to offer their employees their well-deserved raises and foster a larger sense of loyalty within the firm. As a result of there isn't any such factor is corporate loyalty with out correct compensation.


Preserve scrolling beneath for the total put up and for the most effective reactions within the feedback part beneath. For extra tales like this, here is one other put up about an worker who was fired on the primary day for revealing their hourly wage to a different coworker.



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