Salary | Brits too afraid to ask for a pay rise, study reveals

Brits too afraid to ask for a pay rise, study reveals

Broaching the subject of a pay rise isn’t the easiest of tasks for employees, and it seems that almost half of Brits are uncomfortable about asking their employer for a pay rise.

According to new research by CV-Library, 45.3% of Brits revealed that they don’t feel comfortable approaching their employer for a pay rise, meanwhile 31.7% shared that they would not negotiate pay with a new employer.

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