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    • He's not wrong, you should take initiative and demand a raise and stop bitching about daddy on the internet
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    • Funny old man thats not how companies work
      jaknight1 14 aug
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    • I tried this at Lowes and they threatened to fire me. So on a day where I was the only one that showed up for the truck, i quit.
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    • He has the right idea of how it should work
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    • Demanding more pay for added responsibilities outside of your contract is 100% legal and if they fire you for refusing to perform said duties without extra pay then that is grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit. Document everything.
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    • Ask for a pay raise since you’re now understaffed
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    • He isn't wrong. Assert yourself and demand more pay or a promotion. Just grow a backbone and ask for it. The worst they can say is no. But if you never ask you'll never get.
      war4567 14 aug
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    • you guys are getting hired?
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    • If you have to do more work than what you were hired for, then ask for a raise. If raise is not given, dont do the extra work.
      SpaceNick 14 aug
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    • Yes thats how that works because now you are going to be doing overtime
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    • He’s actually right tho, grow some stones and tell your boss you don’t get paid enough to carry a workload for 3 people
      aevans94 16 aug
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    • Just refuse to do it? If its not in your job description you dint have to do it. Thats why you keep your papers when you accept the job. As soon as they tell you to do something outside your job desc bring up a pay raise, bring up a promotion. Sure ill do this for adequate compensation. As long as
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    • Person-“I’m doing the work of 3 people, give me a raise” company- “no, I don’t think I will.” Person-“Then I’ll quit” company- “good luck paying rent, I know the job market doesn’t currently have this job open anywhere in the area” person- “...”
      Assheart 15 aug
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    • I usually just try and job surf then when I find a better job I demand a pay raise otherwise I quit. If 2 others just quit and you are doing all of the work, they will most likely give you a raise.
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    • If you don’t ask, it’s never gonna happen
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    • That's how it should work. If you do the work of three you should get paid your wage plus an additional 66%
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    • Boomers: Millenials are such pussies, you have to DEMAND respect, money, and power. Also boomers: Millenials are so entitled! How dare you think you deserve things!
      kevjamwal 15 aug
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    • That's how it'd work if unions still had power
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    • Retail companies will schedule the least amount of people then complain that nothing gets done
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    • Except I've worked for a Boomer and a gen z. The Boomer was 1000X more understanding for family emergencies and such. He even gave me several days off with pay when my mother passed. Gen Z didn't GAF about anything and docked pay for anything. I walked when he started hiring illegals.
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    • Mann i remember when i left the plumbing company i was working at because I wasn’t getting paid what I wanted... bossed called me telling me everything went downhill when i left in 3 days.. offered me a raise, new work truck and a company credit card. went from $120 a day to $200 and i leave earlier
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    • Dude you’re fucking Dad is right, demand a raise. More work=more money. Don’t let a company scam you like that
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    • Lets just remember that most companies are run by boomers, thus they are responsible for the faults in the fact that they don't want to promote you and they don't want to pay you more for doing work that isn't in your description.
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    • Oh you’re good at your job? “Here’s more responsibility... wait WHAT!? You want more money?! Wow GREEDY! YoU sHoUlD bE hApPy YoU hAvE a JoB”
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    • Say hi to Carl
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    • boomers really living on recruit mode
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    • All the people throwing out advice about asking for a raise really don't understand how corporations work. That might work at a small operation but anything beyond the small level you're just a number
      kwview 15 aug
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    • Technically you could bargain for higher pay
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    • Don’t blame him, he comes from a time where workers were treated with dignity
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    • That is how it works if your in a field of work that you are commodity not another body etc a trade
      dugan27 19 aug
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    • If you're doing the work of multiple people then you SHOULD be paid more. At least until they hire more people to fill those positions.
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    • Yeah that's legit how my parents think sometimes. Its uh... it's something. But when I have to explain it I have to question WHAT KIND OF FUCKING WORLD DID THEY LIVE IN WHERE SHIT WAS THAT FUCKING EASY!?
      TheBigYee 16 aug
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    • Wow he's out of touch. It's not the fifty's anymore. Companies are just as happy to have a high turnover rate than promote the good workers
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    • 2 people down? You picking up the extra labor? They're in a tight spot, you're supposed to take advantage of situations like those, being a bitch isn't how you get to the top.
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    • I had to sign a piece of paper stating i would not discuss my pay with anyone at work when i got moved departments or i would be terminated because the bosses daughter made less than me and she said if i made more she would quit.
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    • If you aren't asking for a raise for doing triple the work, that's on you
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    • Thats how it used to work. Now companies dont fear employees.
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    • That's how they did it in his day they don't do any of that today
      Furiousjoe a month
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    • At my current job, we just got some new equipment installed and now we have to fix it all the time. We don’t get paid extra and we’re doing something that isn’t part of our job description.
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    • That’s how it should work but greed has taken over the world
      Rogue16 19 aug
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    • It should be, but its not. It honestly shouldn't even be legal. But you do you, Billipn dollar company I work for so I can eat and pay rent
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    • Your dad was probably a guy that didn't cry about anxiety and told the company what he expected back from them.
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    • If two people got fired with out rehires I would for sure demand a raise until they at least fill the positions.
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    • No that’s actually a rare occasion where the boomer was right
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    • Not often I say this but he got the right idea but these corporate hoes be tripping tripping
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    • Gotta negotiate. I squeezed a 3 dollar raise out of HR last year and fought hard to get a long overdue promotion this year. I've only been here for 3 years. Then theres people in my dept that bitch about making $5/Hr less than me because they wont take the initiative.
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    • Well back then people cared about the youth and wanted to give them a future cause that ment a future for the United States
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    • Actually boomer dad hot a good point. I worked for a pawn shop for 6 months. They told me if i lasted for 3 months, I'd get a raise. I didn't like their original compensation offer so that to me seemed like a fair compromise.
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    • You have rights as workers people. Your bosses are just ordinary people. If you demand to get paid what your worth you will get it or find some place that does. My company hates giving full time status to anyone but I got it in a year along with a raise from working hard and letting them know my
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    • Remember when employers gave a shit about people? Before Unions became election tampering machines and actually gave a shit about membership?
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    • people just gotta learn to assertive my first job was at mcdonalds and after being there for a while and pulling everyones weight i demanded to get promoted to manager, and got promoted to manager lol
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    • I got promoted after two people left but it was probably like one in a million and I am very grateful
      Jesti_X 16 aug
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    • If they pay you one person's wage you do one person's work it's that easy, like "sure I'll unload the truck by my self but it'll take 6 hours
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    • This is basically working housekeeping at any hotel. People quit constantly. So you go from cleaning 15 rooms a day to cleaning 30 rooms a day and they expect you to get I done in roughly the same amount of time. I quit on the spot.
      Kai_Lin 15 aug
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    • Yeah, that's literally what you do. I just quit my old job because I was at least 5 dollars an hour underpaid based on the knowledge I had, the speed at which I administered my work, the innovation and creative solutions I discovered and the new techniques that I myself invented.
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    • That actually is how work works. If your company is understaffed, tell them you are working beyond your basic job duties as a result and that you should be paid more. They wont want to lose the person who is holding up 3 peoples worth of work
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    • I mean if you're doing 3 persons work you have every right to demand a raise especially when they aren't hiring new people
      Lacheist 15 aug
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    • Imagine being scared to ask for a raise, and then being mad you weren’t given one
      OmarLoggi 15 aug
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    • This is not how companies work if you stand up for yourself, that dude now has limited staff and it's all on the one dude, he can ask for a raise and casually mention he may leave if not. He could also just get a better job in a country that respects values and work ethic
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    • Just in case you guys didn’t know. People can and will take advantage of you if you give them the opportunity.
      Phocker 15 aug
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    • Thats how comanies USED to work
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    • I mean that's how it should work and I think it used too, but not anymore or it just doesn't
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    • Women don’t ask for raises as much as men do. So obviously they don’t get as many as men do.
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    • He's right. Since you are doing more work that 3 people should do you should demand more money. Yet your complaining about your dad.
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    • I was stuck in the same position I worked 16 hr days for 30 days straight after 2 people quit. I went searching for anouther job and left aswell. And that is how an entire engineering team disappears.
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    • I fucking wished that's how it worked. My workplace has such a high turnover rate. I could be making bank by now
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    • What you end up doing is everyone’s work for 3 months, stack the resume, ask for a raise, they’ll say no, so you use the stacked resume to get a new job that pays your worth. Hold the offer letter in front of your current boss, and they try to match the salary, but you give them the finger.
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    • I was promoted at work recently
      JediAray 15 aug
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    • Is this why boomers think its hella easy to just like own a house at 19
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    • Never go above and beyond because then that becomes the new standard
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    • Well can you blame him? That’s how it was back then
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    • I worked at a shipping warehouse for 3 years with no raises throughout. Assistant manager got fired, manager got promoted, and 2 people got bumped up. They asked me to train the new employee's that would be coming. I asked for a raised, they said no. I quit the day the new employees came.
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    • If someone higher then you on the food chain quits then you might get promoted. People on your level quiting doesnt effect your status
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    • Was busting my ass at my job so they offered to promote me to asm which would be like 3 times the amount of work for only a 75 cent raise. I told them to shove it got a job somewhere else and make 4 dollars an hour more than I did there with less responsibilities
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    • The old man may not know how companies work but he does know how they SHOULD
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    • Yea what I’ve learned at my job is, I’m worthless, replaceable, and my opinion is just as worthless as me, so I just have to hope and pray that I’m not let go at any given moment. Also been working there a year and I guess they only give raises if they think you’re good enough for it, so feels good.
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    • Hahaha now this makes sense, these boomers actually think we matter at work. There's a reason we all hate ourselves
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    • That IS how some companies work. They fired the 2 dudes I was working with, and I used it as leverage to get a raise because I was soloing the 3 areas by myself.
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    • Real wage adjusted for inflation has actually gone down since the 60s and 80s.
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    • Thank god the boomer label was mentioned. Now I can feel safe and better about my own age group
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    • Jobs have turned into a survival mode where you’re always a little worried because you could be fired and lose everything to a guy who’d do your job for less when you think you deserve more so you learn to shut up and keep your head down and it’s awful. Can’t change my mind
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    • Not advocating for yourself doesn't get you anywhere either though
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    • Boomer grandparents and gen x parents really have such different academic and career experiences it’s wild. They think gen z and mils are lazy? But there’s so much more stress for us education-wise. Career. It’s so different.
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    • That's how good companies work. Your dad is just thinking of what happens when you work for a reputable company.
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    • This is how it is for my mom. She works a part time job and 2 people in her department quit. She's doing 3 people's work and getting scraps and can't ask for a raise because only supervisors can get more. It sucks tbh.
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    • It should be like that but it's not, and it should be illegal, if you need to do twice the amount of work you should be paid twice as much
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    • Corporations be milking their employees time and energy for pennies and nickels in exchange
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    • We had a manager that had a stick so far up his ass that me and the whole crew at jiffy lube quit at the same time. They couldn’t operate and lost a lot of business, which got the manager fired.
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    • My boss gives completion bonuses. One week I made 1400 from my wages plus 500 cash. Im never quitting.
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    • Well it makes sense for him to say that. It’s how they used to work and it’s how they should work.
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    • Quick tip for all the Gen Zs entering the work force. If you title does not include; President, Vice, Senior, Representative or Regional then you are expendable to that company
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    • that's how it used to work and how it should work today
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    • He doesn't have weird ideas you idiot, that is how it used to be.
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    • He's not wrong it only works that way if you demand more pay.
      scout117 15 aug
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    • That's actually exactly how it works headass
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    • I believe that in a lot of companies that's how it used to work. But people are too cowardly to risk losing their minimum wage jobs
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    • Have some leniency cause back in their days that is how some businesses worked, he’s probably just going off his own experience
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