Smart bosses don't mind employees talking about money, because employees who talk about money have better "control."

in LifeStyle28 days ago

Esther, a villager, leaves her original company out of rage, and asks people everywhere to help find work.

Incidentally there are companies that need to recruit people. I told Esther about the news. The first sentence is to ask: How much is the salary?

Pause, just thinking about how to answer, he sent messages one after another: Are there five insurance and one housing fund? Are salaries paid monthly? Will processing capital be processed every six months?

When I heard it, I didn't know how to answer. I did not ask about the main job requirements and qualifications. I only cared about money from the start. This is too hasty.

Several companies called her for an interview, Esther asked the first sentence: Which company are you and how much is her salary?

Most of the other parties immediately hung up on me. You can't even find out the other party's company. Speaking of money, is it too unprofessional?

HR with little experience knows that those who ask for money as it arrives are inherently lacking in a sense of responsibility and poor employability. Real career elites first consider whether they qualify for the job and whether they can continue to thrive at the company.

Because they know that when your skills improve and you've made your mark, making money is just a matter of graduation.

One big boss told a sharing and exchange meeting that the employee he hates the most is the type of employee who talks about pay as soon as he opens his mouth.

Someone asks, what kind of employee do you like the most?

I guess this big boss will definitely say that he likes employees who are hardworking, hardworking, studious and serious.

Unexpectedly, the big boss said: I like most employees who volunteer to come and ask me to give him a raise.

According to common sense, shouldn't an employee like that be someone the boss hates? Isn't giving him a raise to increase the burden on the company?

actually no.

The big boss went on to say that hard work and studious study are the most basic qualities of an employee, it is their own business, and no one can force it. But often employees who dare to take the initiative to ask for a salary increase feel very confident because they are very confident in their abilities and work values.

You should know that such people can create more value and profit for the company, and as a boss, it is only natural to pay them a high salary.

The smart boss has absolutely no problem with his employees talking about money, but he needs to know when to talk about it, and if he doesn't know anything, he asks his boss to process the money. This made the boss seriously objected.

In fact, at work, talking about money doesn't hurt feelings at all. The essence of the working relationship is equal exchange. The premise is that you must first prove your worth and use your performance as a bargaining chip to talk to your boss. Your contribution to the company far exceeds your salary, it's too late to be happy as a boss, and only a stupid boss will refuse.

The results always precede the process. If you understand this truth, you will begin to become an adult.

When I came home for Chinese New Year, my cousin came and asked me: When I was looking for a job, I am embarrassed to talk to my boss about salary every time, what should I do?

It turns out that my cousin graduated more than a year, already landed two jobs, and was happily interviewed for a job interview. When he was paid, he realized that he was very small.

As someone who came, I didn't say anything about him, because a newcomer to work doesn't know how valuable he is. Second, he didn't have the courage to talk to the boss about the salary, so he could only accept it passively.

Based on the personality of the cousin who doesn't dare to speak up and the similar experiences of people at work, I make a few suggestions:

1. When you look at recruiting information, you usually see salary ranges, the lowest figures are correct, and you have to accept them before you decide whether to choose your resume;

2. During the interview, you should give priority to understanding the job requirements, job responsibilities, personal development, etc., the more details the better, and finally confirm the salary, as long as you are a conscientious boss, they will tell you the truth;

3. After entering the company, no matter how much you get paid, you can't be satisfied. You must continue to learn and improve, improve, and make yourself more valuable. You may not need to take the initiative to talk about money at that point, and the boss will give you a raise right away

4. If you have a period of work experience, you should learn to pay attention to the salary level of the same position in the market, and assess your ability, at least to achieve the average score, if you think it is too low, you can go to the boss talk.

Before you grow up, first sink your heart and be steadfast. Only this way, when you grow into a towering tree, you will naturally have the confidence to discuss money with your boss.

When you ask how much you earn, it is best to ask how much your skills are worth.

This world is never stingy with good people.

The smart bosses hope the company will have more employees who take the initiative to ask for the best salary increases, which shows that the company has amassed excellent talent and is growing rapidly.

As an employee, before you care about what you can get, ask yourself what you can do and what you can achieve.

With abilities, let's talk about desire, so that we can be completely detached from this world.

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