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# 143455 15-Apr-2014 13:32
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so have a guy leaving and im moving into his role. Should i push to get his pay or take what they give me. Im good but he's better, but ill get to his level in this roll over time!




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  # 1025574 15-Apr-2014 13:36
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You probably cannot demand what an experienced person in that role was getting right off the bat, but if you're getting more responsibilities an increase in pay from your current amount is a reasonable expectation.

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  # 1025580 15-Apr-2014 13:43
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Last time I got a pay offer that was below what I was expecting, I spoke to them about it and we put in place a bonus scheme based on specific goals.  That ended up working out better for me.

I suggest letting them make an offer.  If it is below what you think is reasonable, then start a discussion about what you and they can do to work together to get you to the next level.

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  # 1025600 15-Apr-2014 14:18
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Perhaps take what they offer but discuss an expectation of when you would have your next pay review

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