Pay packet | Employee gives herself hefty 7K salary rise

Employee gives herself hefty 7K salary rise

An employee’s salary is often determined by a person’s level of experience and education, the geographic location of the job and associated living costs and their overall performance. Pay is often a mutual arrangement that works for both the employer and the employee that can be reviewed throughout the employee’s tenure.

Yet, contrary to how many employers traditionally set pay and award pay rises, one firm operates a pick-your-own-pay scheme where staff are free to set their own salaries – of course, that are justifiable and within reasonable boundaries.

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Comments (1)

  • Bilal Bajwa
    Bilal Bajwa
    Thu, 19 Sep 2019 5:44pm BST
    To whom it may concern,

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