February 23, 2016 Issue

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16 Responses to “February 23, 2016 Issue”

  1. Carol Jones Says:

    This has been my philosophy for more than 20 years! When an employee asks for a raise, I ask them to write me the reasons why they earned it.

  2. Lavetta Shaffer Says:

    Please put me on the VIP list for your new book

  3. John Lantz Says:

    I would love the opportunity to be on the VIP list

  4. Julie Pope Says:

    Thank you for the GREAT message about asking for a raise to be GIVEN to them.

  5. Julie Pope Says:

    Thank you Miss Carol

  6. Sandy Hansen Says:

    I want to be on the VIP List

  7. JimmieGale Berg Says:

    I love these weekly newsletters. They are ALWAYS on point and timely for me (working reviews now..). I would love to be on the VIP list. Thanks again

  8. Jaime Wood Says:

    This article couldn’t have been any better timed. In less than one hour I am having a meeting with an employee who is mad about a raise they received, saying it should be more. There is definitely a reason they are called PERFORMANCE reviews.
    Thank you again!

  9. Carolyn Merritt Says:

    I totally agree with what you are saying in this article. However, it is very hard to change a 40 year old rule. The rule of “every year when my anniversary rolls around, I get a bonus or a raise”. When you change the employees revolt. I have to have a plan to get from here to there.

  10. Orrin Maki Says:

    I enjoy reading all Glenn’s stories and articles. I have been to one seminar, and found it beneficial.

  11. Amanda Morris Says:

    I would love to be on the VIP list! Thanks!

  12. Renee Dane Says:

    Love receiving Glenn’s weekly e-mails. I would love to be on the VIP list! Thank you.

  13. Kari Haase Says:

    I want to be on the VIP list!

  14. Byron Says:

    I agree that raises should be given for hard work. I work for a public school, and raises for hourly employees when given are straight across the board. Two people can be hired. One can work hard and do a great job, another can do a poor job, and they both get the same raise amount. Thank you! I enjoyed your seminar and look forward to the news letters.

  15. Fannie Says:

    That’s an inventive answer to an ineertsting question

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